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Is CO + O2 -> CO2 an endothermic or an exothermic reaction?
Also, are all combustion reaction endothermic?

Thanks in advance.

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    Combustion reactions that I'm familiar with are exothermic. You can find out about this one by looking up delta Hf for CO2 and CO but balance ther equstion first.

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