Thermochemical equations

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What are they,what equation do you use? Plz help Name:  B5D5CD72-1C1C-4E95-BC80-358E2F39A3C2.jpg.jpeg
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Could you post it as an IMGUR link? It's a bit hard to see. Are you in year 12 or 13?
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write equations to show the chemical equation happening
eg 1st is combustion so
C(g) + O2(g) - > CO2(g)
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Could you post it as an IMGUR link? It's a bit hard to see. Are you in year 12 or 13?
Sorry, year 12 but I think I understand now, thanks
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Sorry, year 12 but I think I understand now, thanks
Alright, all good!

The general meaning of those symbols just means standard enthalpy change of "whatever", so f would be formation, c would be combustion, r would be reaction and n would be neutralisation.
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Alright, all good!

The general meaning of those symbols just means standard enthalpy change of "whatever", so f would be formation, c would be combustion, r would be reaction and n would be neutralisation.
Thanks I nearly forgot it ! (I was about to write enthalphy of formation equations for all of them)thanks again!
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