Thermodynamics Pt. 2: Chapter Eight

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Thermodynamics Pt. 2: Chapter Eight
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  1. What is calorimetry?
    How many types?
    • the science of measuring heat changes (1) for chemical reactions. 
    • two
  2. Bomb Calorimetry
    measures heat change at constant volume such that q= DeltaE
  3. Constant Pressure Calroimetry
    measures heat change at constant pressure such that q= DeltaH
  4. What is heat capacity?
    amount of heat required to raise the temperature of an object or substance a given amount
  5. What is specific heat?
    You don't have to calculate __
    • amount of heat requried to raise hte temperature of 1.00 grams of the substance by 1.00 degress Celcius
    • moles
  6. What is molar heat?
    amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one mole of a substance oby 1.00 degree celcius
  7. What is Hess' Law?
    overal enthalpy change for a reaction is equal to the sum of the enthapy changes for the individual steps in the reaction

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