Hello, I had a question about Hess's Law. I am taking Gen Chem and this subject was a little bit conffusing. I went to a couple of tutors and their view on it was pretty much same as the teacher and no one really gave me a prcticle simplified way of looking at this problem. It's basically trying to figure out Delta H of a reaction indirectly using components of the reaction in other reactions. Does anyone know a simple Hess Law for kids maybe? I can fudge this on a test but I really want to learn this stuff, when MCAT kreeps up on me in the future.