# Chemistry

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Calculate the standard enthalpy of formation of CuO2, given that:

2Cu2O + O2 ==> 4 CuO (-288 kJ)
Cu2O ==> Cu + CuO (11 kJ)

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You need to examine your post. Nowhere in your post does CuO2 appear except in the question. Neither equation contains CuO2.

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