# What other byproducts come from the born-haber cycle?

The standard method for calculating lattice enthalpies is the Born-Haber Cycle.

If the substance is composed of discrete ions, this can also be computed using a theoretical electrostatic model.

This concept can be extended to three dimensions, allowing us to compute a "theoretical" value for the lattice enthalpy. The ionic character of the bond can be measured by comparing the experimental Born-Haber values with those derived from the theoretical model.

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In addition to the lattice energy, other byproducts of the Born-Haber cycle include the enthalpy of sublimation, the enthalpy of atomization, and the ionization energy.

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