1. ## Chemistry--> thermochem question

Okay, so the question gives the following:
a reaction between Copper II sulfate and Sodium hydroxide, double displacement
50 mL sodium hydroxide (0.6M), 2.39 grams copper II sulfate
Tfinal=24.6 Tinitial=19.3
Determine the enthalpy of solution (I'm assuming it means "of Cu II sulfate" --> The one that would likely be solid initially.

I am linking to my handwritten work, crude as it is, and hopefully you guys can have a look and approve! We weren't given answers to check from so I have no idea if the answer is even correct.

**** Look at #2 ! theres the remnants of question 1 at the top ***

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2. Originally Posted by mike_302
Okay, so the question gives the following:
a reaction between Copper II sulfate and Sodium hydroxide, double displacement
50 mL sodium hydroxide (0.6M), 2.39 grams copper II sulfate
Tfinal=24.6 Tinitial=19.3
Determine the enthalpy of solution (I'm assuming it means "of Cu II sulfate" --> The one that would likely be solid initially.

I am linking to my handwritten work, crude as it is, and hopefully you guys can have a look and approve! We weren't given answers to check from so I have no idea if the answer is even correct.

**** Look at #2 ! theres the remnants of question 1 at the top ***

http://i160.photobucket.com/albums/t...chemreview.jpg
Are you looking for standard enthalpy of formations?

in other words have you seen the equation

$\displaystyle deltaH_{reaction}= \sum deltaH_f (products)- \sum deltaH_f(reactants)$?

3. No, htis one isn't standard enthalpy of formations. I have seen the equation, and I know what it is, but this question is definately done the way I have begun to complete it. Thanks though!