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how much energy would be released in the following reaction
CH4 + 2O2--> CO2 + 2H2O

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  1. delta Hrxn = (n*sum delta Hf products) - (n*sum delta Hf reactants).
    You can find a table of delta Hf values in your text or notes.

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