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Solution: Using the following equation for the combustion of octane, calculate the heat associated with the combustion of excess octane with 100.0 g of oxygen assuming complete combustion. The molar mass of oct

Solution: Using the following equation for the combustion of octane, calculate the heat associated with the combustion of excess octane with 100.0 g of oxygen assuming complete combustion. The molar mass of oct

Problem

Using the following equation for the combustion of octane, calculate the heat associated with the combustion of excess octane with 100.0 g of oxygen assuming complete combustion. The molar mass of octane is 114.33 g/mole. The molar mass of oxygen is 31.9988 g/mole.

2 C8H18 + 25 O2 → 16 CO2 + 18 H2O            ΔHrxn = -11018 kJ

a. -1377 kJ

b. -4304 kJ

c. -11018 kJ

d. -2152 kJ

e. -17220 kJ