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Homework Help: Molar heat of combustion question!

Posted by Allyson on Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 4:55pm.

Calculate the molar heat of combustion of paraffin, expressed in units of kJ/mol. First calculate the thermal energy released when one mole of parafin burns) because one mole of parafin (c25h52) has a mass of 325g, the molar heat of combustion will be 352 times greater than the heat of combustion expressed in units of kJ/g.

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