By J. J. Moore
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The latter is covalent and is considerably associated into F e 2 C l 6 molecules. 4). It readily reacts with acids forming hydrogen sulphide. Dry hydrogen sulphide reacts with F e 2 0 3 to form iron ( I I I ) sulphide, F e 2 S 3 , which readily decomposes into FeS and F e S 2. The latter occurs in nature as pyrite which, on roasting in air, forms sulphur dioxide: 4 F e S 2 4- 1 1 0 2 — + 2 F e 2 0 3 (v) 7 Cobalt: 3 d 4 s + 8S02 1 2 + 3+ The most important oxidation state of this element is 4-2 in C o .
1 gives typical heat energy profiles for exothermic and endothermic reactions. 1). As stated earlier the enthalpy change, AH, for a reaction is constant for a given reaction under specified conditions AH is dependent upon: ( a ) temperature; ( b ) pressure; ( c ) physical states of reactants and products; ( d ) amounts of substances reacting. t sHence AH is the change in enthalpy. 1 Heat energy profiles for: (a) an exothermic reaction; (b) an endothermic reaction equation for the reaction at 101 325 Pa* (1 atm) and at a stated temperature, Τ (given as a subscript) with the substances in the physical states normal under these conditions.
This tendency towards disorder (measured by the entropy, S) also involves a separate energy change. e. a tendency to minimise the potential energy of the system. e. a tendency to maximise the kinetic energy of the system. From a consideration of the ways in which AH and AS jointly influence the useful energy change during a chemical reaction the feasibility of the reaction occurring can be deduced. Prediction of conditions under which reactions can be made possible and estimation of equilibrium positions are achieved by application of the laws of thermodynamics.
Chemical Metallurgy by J. J. Moore