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Size:  112.8 KBCan someone explain to me why enthslpy change for part b(ii) you do not need to include the bond energy for Cl2? Isn't it supposed to break to form the product and so included into the enthslpy?
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    because CL2 is in its standard state so it is not invluded in formation.
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    (Original post by VoicelessCruelty)
    because CL2 is in its standard state so it is not invluded in formation.
    But how about part(i), Cl2 is involved
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    (Original post by Snowie9)
    But how about part(i), Cl2 is involved
    boi its been a long time since i ever looked at chem


    but


    think about the definition of standard enthalpy of formation

    how do you form an element from an element?
 
 
 
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