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The quantity of heat which must be supplied to decompose a compound into its element is equal to the heat evolved during the formation of that compound from the elements". This statement is known as

The quantity of heat which must be supplied to decompose a compound into its element is equal to the heat evolved during the formation of that compound from the elements". This statement is known as

Grade:12th pass

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divya
15 Points
4 years ago
The answer is Lavoisier and Laplace law : states that “The quantity of heat which must be supplied to decompose a compound into its element is equal to the heat evolved during the formation of that compound from the elements".                                                                                                                                                                                           

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