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anonymous
 one year ago
The overall enthalpy of a reaction can be determined using Hess’s law to add up what quantities?
a. The enthalpy of formation reactions.
b. The specific heat of each reactant.
c. The specific heat of each product.
d. The heat of vaporization of each reactant.
anonymous
 one year ago
The overall enthalpy of a reaction can be determined using Hess’s law to add up what quantities? a. The enthalpy of formation reactions. b. The specific heat of each reactant. c. The specific heat of each product. d. The heat of vaporization of each reactant.

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