Sec 10.2: “Using Enthalpy” 1. Molar enthalpy change: the change in ____________ for 1 ___________ of a pure substance. a. Symbol: ________________ b. Unit: __________________ c. When a pure substance is only ______________ or _____________, the amount of heat involved is the same as the change in enthalpy, _________. 2. When a __________ substance is only heated or cooled, ΔH = ______ so… (Molar enthalpy change) = (molar heat capacity) (temp. change) a. This reaction does _____ apply to __________ reactions or changes of ______. 3. Calculating Molar Enthalpy Change for Heating, Sample Problem B, pg 346 How much does the molar enthalpy change when ice warms from -5.4˚C to -0.2˚C? 4. Calculating Molar Enthalpy Change for Heating, Practice #1, pg. 346 Calculate the molar enthalpy change of H2O(l) when liquid water is heated from 41.7˚C to 76.2˚C. 5. Calculating the Molar Enthalpy Change for Cooling, Sample Problem C, pg. 347 Calculate the molar enthalpy change when an aluminum can that has a temperature of 19.2˚C is cooled to a temperature of 4.00˚C. 6. Calculating the Molar Enthalpy Change for Cooling, Practice #1, pg. 347 The molar heat capacity of Al(s) is 24.2 J/K∙mol. Calculate the molar enthalpy change when Al(s) is cooled from 128.5˚C to 22.6˚C. 7. Positive ΔH = __________________ reaction a. Negative ΔH = ___________________ reaction 8. Thermodynamics: the branch of science concerned with the ____________ changes that accompany ________________ and _____________ changes.