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CH3OH  CO + 2H2 H = +90.7kJ

9. For the forward reaction, is heat being absorbed or released?

10. How much heat would be transferred if 45.0 g of CH3OH is decomposed?






11. What quantity of CH3OH decomposition would lead to an enthalpy change of 18.5 kJ

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