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# Urea - Heat of Dissolution Laboratory

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Hello! I have two different experiments attached, please put them in Standard Deviation. For example:

Experiment 1: Keq=____,(delta)H=___J, (delta)G = _____, (delta)S =____J/K
Experiment 2:
Experiment 3:

Standard Deviation for Keq: mean=_____
St.Dev2=(___) + (___) + (___) all over 2
=__ + __+ __
St. Dev=___
St.Dev of Keq = ____

Standard Deviation of (delta)H: mean = ___J
St.Dev = (_____-____) + (__ - ___) + (__ - ___)
=____ + ____ + ____
St.Dev=_____
St. Dev of (delta)H = _____

THEN DO (DELTA)G
AND THEN (DELTA)S

IN THE SAME SEQUENCE SHOWING ALL WORK...

Thank you!

https://brainmass.com/chemistry/energetics-and-thermodynamics/urea-heat-dissolution-laboratory-179296

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All the steps of Urea - Heat of dissolution Lab, complete with Tables and Mathematical calculations leading to delta H, delta G and delta S values have been given.

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