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C6H6(l) → 3 C2H2(g)
We’re given the following ΔH˚f values:
ΔH˚f C6H6(l) = 49 kJ/mol
ΔH˚f C2H2(g) = 227 kJ/mol
At 298 K, the standard enthalpies of formation for C2H2(g) and C6H6(l) are 227 kJ/mol and 49 kJ/mol, respectively.
a. Calculate ΔH° for
C6H6 (l) → 3 C2H2 (g)
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