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    Using Hess' Law of additive equations, rearrange and/or multiply the following reactions in order to find the enthalpy for the radical reaction between hydrochloric acid and isopropyl alcohol (CH3CHOHCH3) to form water and isopropyl chloride. The dots you see indicate a radical, which is much different than an ion or an element. Please tell if this process is exothermic or endothermic.

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    Using Hess' Law of additive equations, rearrange and/or multiply the following reactions in order to find the enthalpy for the radical reaction between hydrochloric acid and isopropyl alcohol (CH3CHOHCH3) to form water and isopropyl chloride. The dots you see indicate a radical, which is much different than an ion or an element. Please tell if this process is ...

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    This solution uses Hess' Law of additive equations to rearrange reactions to find the enthalpy for the radical reaction between hydrochloric acid and isopropyl alcohol. The different ion elements for exothermic or endothermic processes are discussed.

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