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Hess's law

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Jun 3, 2012
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  1. Dentist
    can someone help me with this, I don't quite understand why the first reaction is flipped. thanks!!!

    always work backwards. u want CO as a reactant and therefore flip the reaction. if u add/cancel out all the reactants and products at teh end u should get ur final equation that u are asked to find the enthalpy.
     
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