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When a reaction occurs in a flask, you notice that the flask gets warmer. What is the sign of ΔH?

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  • When a reaction occurs in a flask, you notice that the flask gets warmer. What is the sign of ΔH?


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Umainechem | 19/03 2018 16:44
nah bro, the change in the heat is actually greater than zero according to MasteringChemistry
Positive: 58.823529411765 %
Answer #2 | 22/09 2015 11:07
The flask gets warmer because the heat is released from the system to the surrounding or exothermic. Thus ΔH < 0.
Positive: 47.058823529412 %
Answer #3 | 22/09 2015 18:07
The flask gets warmer because the heat is released from the system to the surrounding or exothermic. Thus ΔH < 0.
Positive: 41.176470588235 %

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