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Calculate the amount of heat transferred when 21.0 of CH3OH(g) is decomposed by this reaction at constant pressure.

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So far my equation is 21 gCH3OH*(1 mol/32.01CH3OH)

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2CH3OH(g)->2CH4(g)+O2(g)
Change in H=252.8 kJ

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21 gCH3OH*(1 mol/32.01CH3OH)*(252.8/1 mol)

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