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calculate the standard enthalpy change for the fermentation process, in which glucose is converted into ethanol and carbon dioxide

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calculate the standard enthalpy change for the fermentation process, in which glucose is converted into ethanol and carbon dioxide 

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Step 1

The standard free energy of formation can be defined as the energy change that occurs when a compound is formed from its constituent elements under the standard conditions.

 The mathematical formula through which the enthalpy change for a given reaction can be calculated is shown below:

ΔΗΔΗ
-ΔΗ
Τμούκts
-(1)
reactants
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ΔΗΔΗ -ΔΗ Τμούκts -(1) reactants

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Step 2

The chemical reaction which shows the fermentation of glucose to form ethanol and carbon dioxide is as follows:

С,н, О, () —>2СНОНО-2C0,(g)
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С,н, О, () —>2СНОНО-2C0,(g)

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The standard enthalpy of formation for each of t...

CO, (g)-393.5 kJ/mol
C,HOH()-276.98KJ/mol
CH120(s)-1274.5kJ/mol
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CO, (g)-393.5 kJ/mol C,HOH()-276.98KJ/mol CH120(s)-1274.5kJ/mol

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