Answer to Question #198130 in General Chemistry for Daniel

Question #198130

Aqueous silver ion reacts with aqueous solutions chloride ion to yield a white precipitate of solid silver chloride. When 10.0ml of 1.0M silver nitrate solution is added to 10.0ml of 1.0M of NaCl solution at 25°C in a calorimeter, a white precipitate of AgCl formed and the temperature of the aqueous mixture increases to 32.6°C. Assuming that, the specific heat of the mixture is 4.18JKg °C. The density of the mixture is |g|ml and thatbof the calorimeter itself absorbs a negligible amount of heat. Calculate the ∆H in KJ/mol for the reaction.


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2021-05-25T07:51:00-0400

2,861.6KJ/mol


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