Tuesday
July 22, 2014

Homework Help: chemistry

Posted by dan on Tuesday, September 26, 2006 at 9:37pm.

Assuming the molor mass of paraffin is 280 g/mol, calculate the # of mols of paraffin burned. Then calculate the heat of combustion of paraffin in kJ/mol


I don't think I can help you with the information provided. We need an equation (although we can wing that one) but we also need delta H for the combustion and the number of grams of paraffin burned. If this is a problem you are solving, just type the whole thing.

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

chemistry - A solar heating specialist is considering paraffin as a possible ...
chemistry - A solar heating specialist is considering paraffin as a possible ...
physics - How much paraffin oil would be needed to heat the same volume of ...
Science - Candles are made from paraffin. Where does paraffin come from? What ...
Molar heat of combustion question! - Calculate the molar heat of combustion of ...
chemistry - A sample of naphthalene (C10H8) that has a mass of 0.7200 g is ...
science - specific heat and thermal conductivity of PEG600, Mn(NO3)26 H2O, ...
Chemistry - An ice cube of mass 10g at -10C is added to the beaker containing ...
chemistry - An ice cube of mass 10g at -10C is added to the beaker containing ...
Chemistry - Camphor (C10H16O) has a heat of combustion of 5903.6 kJ/mol. When a ...

Search
Members