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What is the enthalpy for the following reaction?

overall: C2H4+H2O--->C2H5OH

is -1411kJ correct??

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    or is 44kJ correct?

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    I don't get either answer. You don't give the phases so I can't give you the correct answer. If ethanol and water are in the liquid phase I calculated about 93 kJ and if in the gas phase I calculated about 92 kJ.

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    That was all the question gave me I can not figure out how to get the correct answer.

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