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The standard enthalpy of reaction denotes the heat lost or gained during a chemical reaction when one molar mass of a substance reacts under standard conditions. The standard enthalpy of reaction is shown as "?H" or "del... More »

The enthalpy of combustion is the energy released by a combustion reaction between hydrocarbons, oxygen and a heat source. The method for calculating the enthalpy of combustion is to take the enthalpies of formation of t... More »

The enthalpy of formation is defined as the energy, in the form of heat, given off or absorbed during a chemical reaction under the most stable conditions for the reaction to occur from pure elements. The basic formula f... More »

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The enthalpy of formation is defined as the energy, in the form of heat, given off or absorbed during a chemical reaction under the most stable conditions for the reaction to occur from pure elements. The basic formula f... More »

The standard enthalpy of formation is the change in heat required to form a particular product through a chemical reaction. It is also commonly called the standard heat of formation, and it is represented by the variable... More »

The law of conservation of mass states that the mass of the reactants and the mass of products in a chemical reaction are equal. This refers to matter not being destroyed or created. More »

When iron reacts with vinegar, the metal rusts and causes an exothermic chemical reaction, which produces heat. This is commonly reproduced in experiments with either an iron nail or steel wool and vinegar. More »