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Inorganic Thermodynamics: Enthalpy Change

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Question: For water, (delta) Hfus = + 6.01 kJ/mol and (delta) Hvap = +40.67 kJ/mol. What is the enthalpy change associated with the deposition of 1.24 mol of water vapor?

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Deposition (gas to solid) is the reverse of sublimation (from solid to ...

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This solution illustrates how this enthalpy change can be calculated, and provides the background for what chemistry-based principles need to be implemented for solving. This is all completed in about 35 words. It is very brief, but concise.

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