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Use a combustion reaction of liquid ethanol in air as a source of work, assuming temperature is 25 deg C, air pressure is 1atm and all products are gases with partial pressures of 10atm each. How high can one lift a 1000kg weight by burning 100g of ethanol? *oxygen is 21% (by volume) of air.

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