Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

The enthalpy change when ammonia gas is dissolved in water is called the heat of

  • A. Solution
  • B. Formation
  • C. Dilution
  • D. Combustion
Answer: Option A.
Explanation: 

The enthalpy changes of solution is called the amount of heat evolved or taken by th system to form the solution.

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