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N2 and O2 gases react to form dinitrogen pentoxide(N2O5).Calculate deltaH and deltaU for this process per mol of N2 gase knowing that when 101.7g of N2 react with 102.97g of O2 at 25DegC and a constant pressure of 1 atm, 533.5kJ of energy is released as heat.

2N2g + 5O2g-----2N2O5g

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