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Thermodynamics: Energy and the First Law. Egg placed in boiling water. Man stands still holding a weight at arm’s length. For this reaction H 2 (g) + (1/2)O 2 (g) → H 2 O(g) ΔH = –286 kJ/mol. is pΔV. positive, negative , zero.

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Thermodynamics energy and the first law

Thermodynamics: Energy and the First Law


Egg placed in boiling water

Eggplaced in boiling water

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Man stands still holding a weight at arm s length

Manstands still holding a weight at arm’s length.

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For this reaction h 2 g 1 2 o 2 g h 2 o g h 286 kj mol is p v

For this reactionH2(g) + (1/2)O2(g)→ H2O(g) ΔH = –286 kJ/mol. is pΔV

  • positive,

  • negative,

  • zero

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Thermodynamics energy and the first law

For this reaction (occurring in a vessel at STP)H2(g) + (1/2)O2 (g)→ H2O(g) , ΔH = –286 kJ/mol. is the magnitude of the internal energy change (|ΔUint|)

  • Greater than 286 kJ/mol?

  • Less than 286 kJ/mol?

  • Equal to 286 kJ/mol?

    (Hint: Estimate the value of pΔV)

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