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# How is the delta H fusion used to calculate volume of liquid?

Updated: 4/28/2022

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It is not. The density and mass would be used to find the volume.

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### How is the delta Hvap used to calculate the mass of liquid boiled by 1 kj of energy?

1kJ x 1/Hvap x g/mol liquid

### How is the delta Hvap used to calculate the mass liquid boiled by 1 kj of energy?

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### Are specific heat and heat of fusion the same thing?

No. Specific heat capacity (c) is used in to calculate energy when matter is not undergoing a phase change [Q = mc(delta)T]. Heat of fusion (HF) is used to calculate energy when matter is either melting or freezing [Q = m(HF)].

### How to calculate delta temperature?

To calculate the delta temperature, you will take the difference between the final and initial temperature.

### How do you calculate delta t?

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### How do you calculate deviation sensitivity?

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### What equation is used to calculate the free change of a reaction?

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### What equation is used to calculate the free energy change of a reaction?

Delta G (written triangle G) = Delta H -T Delta S

### What is the delta triangle?

Delta means "change in"For example: Delta T means "change in temperature". To calculate this it would be (final temperature) - (initial temperature)

### What equation is used to calculate the free energy change a reaction?

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### How you can find delta h at different temperatures?

To calculate the enthalpy change or heat energy of a phase change, use the formula q=m(heat of (fusion, vaporization, etc...)). Make sure to use the formula q=mc(delta T) to calculate the heat energy for the temperature changes in between phase changes. Add up all of the q values and you have your enthalpy change.

### How to calculate delta t in heating systems?

Delta T (oC) =Inlet Temperature (oC) -outlet temperature (oC)