Problem: How much heat is absorbed when 45.00 g of C(s) reacts in the presence of excess SO2(g) to produce CS2(l) and CO(g) according to the following chemical equation?5 C(s) + 2 SO2(g) → CS2(l) + 4 CO(g)    ΔH° = 239.9 kJa. 898.5 kJb. 179.8 kJc. 2158 kJd. 239.9 kJ

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How much heat is absorbed when 45.00 g of C(s) reacts in the presence of excess SO2(g) to produce CS2(l) and CO(g) according to the following chemical equation?

5 C(s) + 2 SO2(g) → CS2(l) + 4 CO(g)    ΔH° = 239.9 kJ

a. 898.5 kJ

b. 179.8 kJ

c. 2158 kJ

d. 239.9 kJ

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