Asked Jan 20, 2020

What are three steps involved in evaluating the enthalpy changes associated with solution formation?


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Step 1

The steps involved in enthalpy changes with solution are;

Step 1: Separate the solute components: The molecule of the solute particles moves apart to make room for the molecules of the solvent. The step requires energy to overcome the forces of attraction between them....

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