# Give Up?O Resources9.4%re:Hint8 >Consider these reactions, where M represents a generic metal.2 M(s) + 6 HC1(aq) → 2 MCl,(aq) + 3 H, (g)1.AĦ, = –783.0 kJHCI(g)HCl(aq)→AH2 = –74.8 kJH,(g) + Cl, (g) → 2 HCl(g)AH3 = –1845.0 kJMCI, (s) → MCl, (aq)4.AH -124.0 kJUse the given information to determine the enthalpy of the reaction2 M(s) + 3 Cl,(g)→ 2 MCl, (s)S.AHkJabout usprivacy policyterme of usecontact.uahelpen2.3.

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41 views help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseGive Up? O Resources 9.4% re: Hint 8 > Consider these reactions, where M represents a generic metal. 2 M(s) + 6 HC1(aq) → 2 MCl,(aq) + 3 H, (g) 1. AĦ, = –783.0 kJ HCI(g) HCl(aq) → AH2 = –74.8 kJ H,(g) + Cl, (g) → 2 HCl(g) AH3 = –1845.0 kJ MCI, (s) → MCl, (aq) 4. AH -124.0 kJ Use the given information to determine the enthalpy of the reaction 2 M(s) + 3 Cl,(g) → 2 MCl, (s) S. AH kJ about us privacy policy terme of use contact.ua help en 2. 3. fullscreen
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Step 1

The Hess's law can be described as the law that will be used to calculate the value of the change in enthalpy for the net chemical reaction will be equivalent to the addition of all the change in enthalpy of the single chemical reactions into which the net chemical reaction will be divided.

Step 2

The equation for the reaction (1) of M and HCl is shown below:

Step 3

The equation for the reactio...

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