The process illustrated here takes place at constant pressure. Reaction %S4 Write a balanced equation for the process. (Do not include states of matter.) Part 2 Is wpositive, negative, or zero for this reaction? Choose one: O A. Positive O B. Zero OC. Negative Part 3 Using the data below, calculate the AH for the formation of 2.00 moles of product. k] AH, for SOg is -395.7 kJ/mol AH, for SO2 is-296.8 kJ/mol AH, for Oz is O kJ/mol.

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The process illustrated here takes place at constant pressure.
Reaction
%S4

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The process illustrated here takes place at constant pressure. Reaction %S4

Write a balanced equation for the process. (Do not include states of matter.)
Part 2
Is wpositive, negative, or zero for this reaction?
Choose one:
O A. Positive
O B. Zero
OC. Negative
Part 3
Using the data below, calculate the AH
for the formation of 2.00 moles of product.
k]
AH, for SOg is -395.7 kJ/mol
AH, for SO2 is-296.8 kJ/mol
AH, for Oz is O kJ/mol.

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Write a balanced equation for the process. (Do not include states of matter.) Part 2 Is wpositive, negative, or zero for this reaction? Choose one: O A. Positive O B. Zero OC. Negative Part 3 Using the data below, calculate the AH for the formation of 2.00 moles of product. k] AH, for SOg is -395.7 kJ/mol AH, for SO2 is-296.8 kJ/mol AH, for Oz is O kJ/mol.

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