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Posted by Chironjit on Monday, November 19, 2012 at 1:00pm.

The heat of combustion of 2-propanol at 298.15 {\rm K}, determined in a bomb calorimeter, is -33.41{\rm{kJ/g}}.

(a)For the combustion of one mole of 2-propanol, determine \Delta U.

(b)For the combustion of one mole of 2-propanol, determine\Delta H.

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