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Exothermic and endothermic reaction, energy level diagram, bond energy and calculatution of enthalpy change of reaction.

Exothermic and endothermic reaction, energy level diagram, bond energy and calculatution of enthalpy change of reaction.

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  • 1. Chemical Energetic(Energy of Reaction)
  • 2. Why do we need to study chemical energetics?
    It can lead us to understand a chemical change better. E.g What is the temperature for a reaction to occur.
    It will also tell us the energy barrier that reactants have to overcome before becoming products.
  • 3. Energetics of chemical reactions
    Every reactant will have a discrete amount of energy.
    rearrangement of atoms that occurs in a chemical reaction is virtually always accompanied by the liberation or absorption of heat.
    Bonds are broken in reactants and bonds are formed in product
  • 4. System and surroundings
    We will use 2 models to represent reactants and its environments around it.
    System – Reactants
    Surroundings – Environment around reactants
  • 5. Exothermic Reaction
    Heat is given off
    As a result of this release of heat energy from the system (reactants), the surrounding will have a increase in temperature
    Energy of reactant < Energy of Surrounding
  • 6. Exothermic Reaction
    So what happens after heat energy is being released?
    Products formed will have a energy level lower than reactants.
    Conservation of energy!
  • 7. Exothermic Reaction
    Example of Exothermic Reaction
    Carbon combust under presence of oxygen to produce carbon dioxide.
    Neutralisation between an acid and alkali
    3. Granular Zinc with Tin(II)
    Chloride.
    (Metal displacement)
  • 8. Endothermic Reaction
    heat energy is taken in.
    System (reactants) take in energy from the surrounding.
    Surrounding loses heat to the reactants.
    Energy of reactant > Energy of Surrounding
  • 9. Endothermic Reaction
    So what happen after heat energy is being absorbed?
    Product formed will have a higher energy than the reactants.
    Conservation of energy!
  • 10. Endothermic Reaction
    Examples
    Thermal decomposition
    Hydrated copper (II) sulfate ----> Anhydrous Copper (II) sulfate
    CaCO3 --------> CaO + CO2
    2) Photosynthesis
    3)
  • 11. So what do we name the difference in amount of energy between reactants and products?
    ENTHALPY CHANGE OF REACTION
    ∆H
    The Enthalpy change in a reaction has a symbol ∆H.
  • 12. Enthalpy
    Enthalpy (H) is also known as heat content, is the total energy of a system, some of which is stored as chemical potential energy inside the chemical bonding.
    Absolute enthalpies for particular states cannot be measured, but the change in enthalpy that occurs during a reaction can be measured – Using a calorimetry
  • 13. Enthalpy
    ∆H is positive (+) for endothermic reactions. Heat energy is gained by system from the surrounding. Hence the surrounding will a dip in temperature
    ∆H is negative (-) for exothermic reactions. Heat energy is lost to the surrounding and cause the temperature in the surrounding to rise.
  • 14. Enthalpy
    For endothermic reaction, final products have a higher energy than the reactants.
    For Exothermic reaction, final products have a lower energy than the reactants.
  • 15. Bond Energy
    • Covalent bonds exist in covalent compounds
    • 16. These covalent bonds have a specific amount of energy to hold the atoms together
    • 17. These energy is called BOND ENERGY
    • 18. Energy is absorbed during bond breaking and energy is released during bond forming.
  • How to calculate the enthalpy change of reaction?
    H2 + Cl2 -----> 2HCl ∆H = ?
    Step 1: Energy for some bonds will be given in the questions
    Step2: Calculate the energy absorbed during bond breaking and energy is released during Bond forming
  • 19. How to calculate the enthalpy change of reaction?
    Step 3: Energy is absorbed by the reactants when bonds are broken. Hence it will be
    436KJ + 243KJ = 679KJ
    Energy is released by product when new bonds are formed.
    2 X 432KJ = 864KJ
    Step4: ∆H = (Energy absorbed when bond are broken in reactants) – (Energy released when bonds are formed in product)
  • 20. How to calculate the enthalpy change of reaction?
    Step 5: ∆H = (Energy absorbed when bond are broken in reactants) – (Energy released when bonds are formed in product)
    ∆H = 679KJ – 864KJ
    = -185KJ
  • 21. Assignment: Chemical Energetics
    Qn 3a)
    2 H-O-O-H ------> O=O + 2 H-O-H
    ∆H= -206KJmol-1
    Thought process: Enthalpy change of reaction already shows that there is a decrease in value as shown in the negative sign. This implies that it is an exothermic reaction.
    This will also mean that energy from bond breaking(reactants) is less than bond formation (products)
  • 22. Assignment: Chemical Energetics
    Qn 3a)
    Answer: The amount of energy absorbed to break 4 O-H bonds and 2 O-O bonds is less than the amount of energy released in forming 1 O=O bond and 4 O-H bonds.
    b)
    ∆H = Energy from bond breaking – Energy from bond forming
    -206 KJ= 2(B.E O-O) + 4(B.E O-H) – [ B.E O=O + 4 B.E O-H]
    -206 KJ = 2(B.E O-O) + 4(463KJ) – [ 486 + 4(463)]
    B.E O-O = 140 KJ mol-1
  • 23. Assignment: Chemical Energetics
    Qn 4:
    Though process: Strong bond means larger bond energy and weak bond means smaller bond energy.
    X-X + 3 Y-Y ----> 2XY3
    ∆H = Energy absorbedbond-breaking – Energy releasedbond formation
    = [B.E x-x+ 3B.E Y-Y] – 6[B.E XY]
    Answer: Exothermic. Less Energy is needed to break the X-X and Y-Y bonds and more energy will be released when forming the X-Y bonds. Enthalpy change will be negative.