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29. Answering Questions on Born-Haber Cycles

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This Chemistry Factsheet will allow you to know:
• How to convert Born-Haber cycles into numerical answers given the relevant data.
• How the data given is used to test the understanding of definitions by candidates.
• The relationship between the marks for a question and the balance between writing the cycle and calculating an answer.
• The use of enthalpy level diagrams to test the understanding of candidates of definitions and Born-Haber cycles.

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January 2002

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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