# 'Heat released' presentation slideshows

## THERMOCHEMISTRY PT 2

THERMOCHEMISTRY PT 2. HEAT CAPACITY, SPECIFIC HEAT, ENDOTHERMIC/EXOTHERMIC, ENTHALPY, CALORIMETERY, STANDARD ENTHALPIES, HESS’S LAW, AND HEAT VS. TEMPERATURE, ETC. STANDARD CONDITIONS.

By raisie
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## Calculating Heat

Calculating Heat. Specific Heat. Amount of heat energy needed to raise the temp of 1 ml of a substance 1 °C For water the specific heat is 4.19 J/g °C, but it is differenct for different substances It takes 4.19 J to raise the temp of 1 g of water 1 °C

By duer
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## CH. 12 INTERMOLECULAR FORCES

CH. 12 INTERMOLECULAR FORCES. Phases, phase changes Liquids, Solids Trends. Equations. Clausius-Claperyron. RECALL. 3 physical states solid -- liquid -- gas. condensed phases. Phase change related to: intermolecular forces + KE. Chemical behavior in diff phases -

By liuz
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## Chemistry 122

Chemistry 122. Chapter 17: Measuring and Expressing Enthalpy Changes. Calorimetry. Calorimetry measures heat flow into or out of a system for chemical or physical processes. The heat released by a system is equal to the heat absorbed by the surroundings.

By boone
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## Non Isothermal CSTR

Non Isothermal CSTR. Chemical Reaction Engineering I Aug 2011 - Dec 2011 Dept. Chem. Engg., IIT-Madras. Overview. Notation CSTR design equation (mass balance) Heat Balance Accounts for heat removal/addition Methodology given. Notation. Usual notation applies.

By vinnie
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## First Law Analysis for Reacting System

First Law Analysis for Reacting System. Consider a constant pressure process in which n f moles of fuel react with n a moles of air to produce n p moles of product:. Products. Reactants. W. Q. Products. Reactants. State 1. State 2. Reaction.

By rafi
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## Stonehill College Global Warming: Learn what it is. Learn what you can do. Cheryl Schnitzer

Stonehill College Global Warming: Learn what it is. Learn what you can do. Cheryl Schnitzer Associate Professor Department of Chemistry. Climate Change. Average Temperatures of Planets. 285F. 850 F. 45 F. –46 F. Mercury. Venus. Earth. Mars. Sun. Venus has a stronger

By dalit
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## Quiz 1

Quiz 1 This is a photograph of an apple and feather free fall in a evacuated chamber. The apple and feather are released from the top. Suppose the camera opened flash every 1 s.

By mallory-daniels
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## Thermochemistry

Thermochemistry. Unit 7. thermochemistry. the study of heat changes in chemical reactions and physical changes. SURROUNDINGS. SYSTEM. system —specific part being analyzed surroundings —everything outside the system (usually the immediate area) universe = system + surroundings. closed.

By carson-rosales
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## Chapter 17 Thermochemistry

Chapter 17 Thermochemistry. Section 17.1: The flow of energy. Thermochemistry: Study of energy changes that occur during chemical reactions and changes in state. Section 17.1: The flow of energy. energy changes can either occur through heat transfer or work

By tate-dyer
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## Chemistry 122

Chemistry 122. Chapter 17: Measuring and Expressing Enthalpy Changes. Calorimetry. Calorimetry measures heat flow into or out of a system for chemical or physical processes The heat released by a system is equal to the heat absorbed by the surroundings

By jackson-pearson
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## Heat in changes of state

Heat in changes of state. Section 11.3. After reading Section 11.3, you should know:. The difference between fusion, solidification, vaporization and condensation How to calculate the heat changes for each type of reaction. Definitions.

By brian-ortiz
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## Stonehill College Global Warming: Learn what it is. Learn what you can do. Cheryl Schnitzer

Stonehill College Global Warming: Learn what it is. Learn what you can do. Cheryl Schnitzer Associate Professor Department of Chemistry. Climate Change. Average Temperatures of Planets. 285F. 850 F. 45 F. –46 F. Mercury. Venus. Earth. Mars. Sun. Venus has a stronger

By merrill-jensen
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## First Law Analysis for Reacting System

First Law Analysis for Reacting System. Consider a constant pressure process in which n f moles of fuel react with n a moles of air to produce n p moles of product:. Products. Reactants. W. Q. Products. Reactants. State 1. State 2. Reaction.

By marsden-talley
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## Chapter 17 Thermochemistry

Chapter 17 Thermochemistry. Section 17.1: The flow of energy. Thermochemistry: Study of energy changes that occur during chemical reactions and changes in state. Section 17.1: The flow of energy. energy changes can either occur through heat transfer or work

By quintessa-holden
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## Catalyst – December 88-(2x40.5) 2009

Catalyst – December 88-(2x40.5) 2009. Monday Mystery Element! It is very strong and very light. It is used in surgical pins and artificial hips. 10,000 pounds of this is used when making a Boeing 747. Weekly Goal!. Catalyst – December 88-(2x40.5) 2009. Monday Mystery Element!

By eve-vinson
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## Heats of Vaporization and Condensation

Heats of Vaporization and Condensation. By Reid and Shad. Overview. Vaporization – Process of phase transition from liquid to gas. A Heating process And ABSORBS energy. Condensation – A process of phase change from gas to liquid. A Cooling process and RELEASES energy.

By haviva-craft
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## Chemistry and Energy

How are they related?. Chemistry and Energy. Energy Encountered Daily. What is Energy?. Defined as the ability to do work or create heat. Many types of energy Thermal Light Gravitational Kinetic Potential. Light Energy Review. How is light energy produced?

By harper-mckay
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## Simulating and Forecasting Regional Climates of the Future

Simulating and Forecasting Regional Climates of the Future. William J. Gutowski, Jr. Dept. Geological & Atmospheric Sciences Dept. of Agronomy Iowa State University. Major contributions from : Z. Pan, R. W. Arritt, C. Anderson, F. Otieno, E. S. Takle Iowa State University

By shea-rowland
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## Thermochemistry

Thermochemistry. Thermo = heat Chemistry = study of matter. Thermochemistry. Study of heat changes and energy that accompany chemical reactions and phase changes. Review of Energy. Capacity to do work or to create heat and or generate electricity Types: Chemical Nuclear Thermal

By douglasvasquez
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