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Calculating heat of the reaction from activation energy

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For the reaction CO+NO2--> CO2+NO
The activation energy for the forward reaction is 135kJ/mol of CO reacted from THIS information determine,

A) the heat of the reaction
B) what would happen to the reverse reaction

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<br>The activation energy is the minimum amount of energy that the reacting molecules must pocess before the reaction will proceed.
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<br>Chemical reactions take place with changes in energy. This energy change is symbolised as DH, the HEAT OF REACTION. The energy change is often discerned by the senses as heat.
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<br>DH is the DIFFERENCE between the energy of the products and the energy of the reactants.
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<br>To calculate the heat of ...

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Activation Energy of Reaction

FOR THE REACTION
CO + NO2 ------>CO2 + NO

The activation energy for the forward reaction is 135 kj/mol of CO reacted.

A) Determine the heat of reaction.
B) From the data given and the enthalpy of reaction, determine the activation energy for the reverse reaction.
C) Draw and label a potential energy diagram for the reaction.

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