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Find the enthalpy change of the following reactions 2C+2H2O---> CO2+CH4
Using the following reactions with their change in H values.
C+H2O---->CO+H2 H=+131.1kjmol-1
Co+H2O---->CO2+H2. H=-41.2kjmol-1
CH4+H2O--->CO+3H2 H=15.3

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