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The enthalpy change for a reaction that occurs at constant pressure is (higher than/lower than/the same as) the heat for that reaction.

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Whether the enthalpy change for a reaction at constant pressure is higher than/lower than or same as the heat for that reaction

Concept Introduction:

ΔH stands for change in enthalpy.

The amount of heat released or absorbed in a reaction which occurs at constant pressure is known as change in enthalpy. It is state function implies it is independent of path of the reaction.

Explanation

The amount of energy produced or absorbed in a reaction is known as enthalpy. When a process occurs at constant pressure, the change in enthalpy is equal to the energy that flows as a heat.

ΔHp

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