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Calculate (triangle H) for the complete combustion of 10.0g benzen.

Equation?

and could someone give me the answer?

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  1. First you need to know the heat of combustion for benzene, preferably in kJ/mol. Then determine moles benzene in 10.0 g, and
    ??kJ/mol x mols benzene = xx kJ

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