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H20(L) > H(g) + OH(g) H= 129.22
OH(g) > H(g) + O(g) H = 101.5
H20(L) > H20 (g) H=9.72
Find Bond energy of OH in water
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H20(L) > H(g) + OH(g) H= 129.22 OH(g) > H(g) + O(g) H = 101.5 H20(L) > H20 (g) H=9.72 Find Bond energy of OH in water
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Are there phase changes in H20 > H20?
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Yeah so what's the phase change?
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he asked you are there phase changes and you answered H= 129.22 ?!!! phase change is related to, for example, change from liquid to gas...
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