Heat of Combustion

Combustion Combustion is a reaction when a substance burns completely in the excess oxygen. Example, combustion of methane in excess of oxygen produces carbon dioxide and water.CH4 + 2O2 → CO2 + 2H2O All fuel combustion are exothermic reactions. Heat of Combustion The Heat of Combustion of a substance is the heat energy released when 1 … Read more

Heat of Neutralization

The heat of neutralisation is the heat energy evolved when an acid reacts with a base, per mole of the acid or base. All measurements are made under standard state conditions. An example of the enthalpy change of neutralisation is the heat change obtained in the reaction between sodium hydroxide and hydrochloric acid. The equation … Read more

Heat of Displacement

Heat of displacement is the energy change when one mole of metal is displaced from its salt solution by a more electropositive metal Displacement reaction occurs when a metal which is situated at a higher position in the electrochemical series displace a metal below it from its salt solution. The heat of displacement is the … Read more

Heat of Precipitation

The heat of precipitation is the energy change when one mole of precipitate is formed from its ion. Precipitation reaction occurs when two solutions containing cations and anions of insoluble salts added together. This reaction is known as the double decomposition reaction and is used to prepare any insoluble salt. The heat of precipitation is … Read more

Heat of Reaction

The Heat of Reaction is the heat absorbed in a reaction at standard state condition between the numbers of moles of reactants shown in the equation for the reaction.  The Heat of reaction is represented by the symbol ∆H.  The unit of ∆H is kJmol-1.  If the reaction is exothernic, ∆H shows a value of … Read more

Energy Changes in Chemical Reaction

There is energy changes when a chemical reaction takes place. The energy is in the form of heat, could be released or absorbed during the chemical reaction. There are 2 types of reaction with change in heat energy: a. Exothermic reaction b. Endothermic reaction The chart below shows the difference between this 2 reactions. Exothermic … Read more

SPM Form 5 Chemistry Chapter 4 – Thermochemistry

Revision Notes 4.1 Exothermic Reactions and Endothermic Reactions4.2 Heat of Reaction4.3 Heat of Precipitation4.4 Heat of Displacement4.5 Heat of Neutralisation4.6 Heat of Combustion Videos Exothermic and Endothermic Reaction Energy Level Diagram Breaking and Formation of Chemical Bond Heat of Reaction Heat of Neutralization Heat of Combustion