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Problem: The standard enthalpy of formation of BrF3(g) is -79.0 kj/mol. The standard enthalpies for the atomization of Br2(l) and F2(g) are +112 and +79.0 kj/mol of atoms respectively, calculate the average enthalpy of the Br-F bond in BrF3.

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The standard enthalpy of formation of BrF3(g) is -79.0 kj/mol. The standard enthalpies for the atomization of Br2(l) and F2(g) are +112 and +79.0 kj/mol of atoms respectively, calculate the average enthalpy of the Br-F bond in BrF3.

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