Problem: In an exothermic chemical reaction: A + 2 B → C When the amount of A and B reacting is doubled, what is expected to the amount of heat released?   A. No change in the amount of heat released B. The amount of heat released is two times the original C. The amount of heat released is four times the original D. The amount of heat released is eight times the original

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In an exothermic chemical reaction:

A + 2 B → C

When the amount of A and B reacting is doubled, what is expected to the amount of heat released?

A. No change in the amount of heat released

B. The amount of heat released is two times the original

C. The amount of heat released is four times the original

D. The amount of heat released is eight times the original

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