Properties of Vaporization of Reaction
Fusion of vaporization is called latent heat of ice. The melting point of ice is temperature of ice melts into water. The amount of substance changes into other state by changing temperature is called entlpy.
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The amount of substance changes into other substance by its fusion and entlpy of ice is defined as Molar Heat of Fusion of Ice. The one molecule of ice required to absorb heat for converting into one mole of water at its melting point. Solid state has intermolecular forces higher than liquid phase and internal forces of liquid are greater than solid state. The solid particles have bonding molecules and very strong bonding together.
The volume of solid is fixed and when it is converted into liquid then bonding molecules has been broken in distributed form by absorbing temperature or heat and its volume depends on container.
The amount of heat used for converting one phase into other phases at constant temperature or converting water into vaporization is called Enthalpy of Vaporization Water. The amount of heat absorbed by water for converting into water vapors at constant temperature and changing its physical properties and reactions are called vaporization reaction. The one mole of water required to change into vapor by absorbing heat in vaporization reaction.
Enthalpy of Vaporization Equation is depends on reactant and it may be positive or negative. The total entlpy of reaction required is calculated as total entlpy of product and sum of total entlpy of reactant. For Calculate Enthalpy of Reaction we use Hess’s law, this law works on conservation of energy. The total amount of heat used in reaction for changing its state or properties is equal in all stage.
There is neither creating nor destroying energy in any stage. Entlpy is calculated by per mole of substance at standard condition. The total entlpy used in reaction is equal at all time either we use heat from step to other step directly or by using intermediate stage one or more than one stage. The amount of heat required in reaction or heat absorbing reactant then entlpy is positive and if amount of heat released by reactant then entlpy is negative. If we use entlpy step by step in complete reaction then intermediate stage will absorb different amount of heat and entlpy will be change continuously but total amount of entlpy will be same in total reaction.