Problem: When 1 mol of a fuel is burned at constant pressure, it produces 3453 kJ of heat and does 12 kJ of work. What is the value of ΔE for the combustion of the fuel?

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E=q+w

where w is work; and q is the heat release or absorb

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When 1 mol of a fuel is burned at constant pressure, it produces 3453 kJ of heat and does 12 kJ of work. What is the value of ΔE for the combustion of the fuel?

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