Use the BornHaber cycle and data from Appendix IIBand Table 9.3 to calculate the lattice

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Problem 48

Use the BornHaber cycle and data from Appendix IIBand Table 9.3 to calculate the lattice energy of CaO. ( H sub for calcium is 178 kJ/mol; IE1 and IE2 for calcium are 590 kJ/mol and 1145 kJ/mol, respectively; EA1 and EA2 for O are 141 kJ/mol and 744 kJ/mol, respectively.)

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Lecture / Book Notes: Chapter 4 (2/17/2016 & 2/22/2016) CHEM 1030 Cagg Highlighted: Vocab ----- Highlighted: Formula/Numbers Section 4.1 v The Development of the Periodic Table • The elements on the periodic table are arranged in order of increasing atomic number,...

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