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Consider the following reaction.
2Fe2O3 → 4Fe + 3O2 ΔH°rxn = + 824.2 kJ
The decomposition of 33.0 g of Fe2O3 results in
(a) the release of 85.2 kJ of heat.
(b) the release of 1.70 x 102 kJ of heat.
(c) the absorption of 85.2 kJ of heat.
(d) the absorption of 1.70 x 102 kJ of heat.
(e) the absorption of 13600 kJ of heat.
(f) the release of 13600 kJ of heat.
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