# Problem: Calculate ΔH° = for the chemical reaction Cl2 (g) + F2 (g) → 2 ClF (g) a) -147 kJ b) -108 kJ c) +171 kJ d) +912 kJ

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Calculate ΔH° = for the chemical reaction

Cl(g) + F(g) → 2 ClF (g)

a) -147 kJ

b) -108 kJ

c) +171 kJ

d) +912 kJ

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