Uranium ore is converted into uranium (IV) fluoride, UF4, to produce fuel for nuclear power stations. In a second process, the uranium (IV)fluoride is converted into UF6 as shown.
^^I'm not sure how you would know this.
EDIT: Is it to do with NOF and hydrogen bonding?
In an experiment to find the enthlpy of solution of potassium hydroxide, KOH, a student added 3.6 g of the solid to the water in the polystyrene cup and measured the temperature rise. From this it was calculated that the heat energy produced in the reaction was 3.5kJ.
Use this information to calulate the enthalpy of solution of potassium hydroxide.
^^I have absolutely no idea where to start this...
Edited by F.J, 05 May 2007 - 04:10 PM.