# Chem

what is the heat of reaction when 1 mole of gaseous hexane, c6h14 undergoes combustion as in following equation c6h14+19/2o2=6co2+7h2o a) -5221kj b)-38887kj c)-468.2kj d)+163.2KJ

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1. b) -3887kj

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