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For the reaction Chapter 10, Problem 42QAP, For the reaction kJ per mole of formed. Calculate the quantity of heat released when 1.00 g of , example  1Chapter 10, Problem 42QAP, For the reaction kJ per mole of formed. Calculate the quantity of heat released when 1.00 g of , example  2kJ per mole of Chapter 10, Problem 42QAP, For the reaction kJ per mole of formed. Calculate the quantity of heat released when 1.00 g of , example  3formed.

  1. Calculate the quantity of heat released when 1.00 g of sulfur is burned in oxygen.
  2. Calculate the quantity of heat released when 0.501 mole of sulfur is burned in air.

i>What quantity of energy is required to break up I mole of Chapter 10, Problem 42QAP, For the reaction kJ per mole of formed. Calculate the quantity of heat released when 1.00 g of , example  4into its constituent elements?

Interpretation Introduction

(a)

Interpretation:

Calculate the heat produced when a specific amount of sulfur.

Concept Introduction:

Convert the number of moles for the provided mass of sulfur then calculate the heat produced per mole.

Explanation

Calculate heat produced for 1.00 g of sulfur as follows:

1.00g1molS32gS×1molSO

Interpretation Introduction

(b)

Interpretation:

Calculate the heat produced when a specific amount of sulfur.

Concept Introduction:

Use the moles of sulfur then calculate heat produced.

Interpretation Introduction

(c)

Interpretation:

Check the sign change for reverse reaction

Concept Introduction:

The enthalpy change for a reaction is equal in magnitude but opposite in sign, to the enthalpy change for the reverse reaction.

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