Today's episode dives into the HOW of enthalpy. How we calculate it, and how we determine it experimentally...even if our determinations here at Crash Course Chemistry are somewhat shoddy.
Table of Contents
Hess' Law 2:30
Specific Heat Capacity 5:08
Calorimetry Sources of Error 10:21
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