In this worksheet, we will practice calculating enthalpy changes from changes in internal energy and changes in volume, at constant pressure.
A 1.50-mole sample of an ideal gas at 245 K and a pressure of 0.75 bar is altered by some process that takes it to a state in which its temperature is increased to 295 K and its pressure is increased to 0.90 bar. What will be the enthalpy change of the gas in this process?
Consider the reaction , for which the standard reaction enthalpy has a value of at a temperature of 298 K. What is the value of for this reaction at ?
Consider the reaction , for which the standard reaction enthalpy is . Calculate the value of for this reaction and determine whether any thermodynamic work is done on or by the reaction system if the reaction is carried out at a constant pressure. Assume that the gases in this reaction exhibit ideal-gas behavior at and .
- A and
- B and
- C and
- D and
- E and
The standard heat of combustion of solid glucose at 298 K is = kJ/mol. What is the value of , the change in internal energy accompanying the combustion at 298 K and a fixed pressure of 1 bar?