The complete combustion of butane,C4H10, is represented by the equation, C4H10+13/2 O2= 4CO2+5H2O.delta H= -2877kj. How much heat, in kilojoules, is evolved by the complete combustion of (a)1.325grams C4H10; (b) 2.6 liters C4H10(g) at 23.6 celsius and 738mmHG?

1.The complete combustion of butane,C4H10, is represented by the equation, C4H10+13/2 O2= 4CO2+5H2O.delta H= -2877kj. How much heat, in kilojoules, is evolved by the complete combustion of (a)1.325grams C4H10; (b) 2.6 liters C4H10(g) at 23.6 celsius and 738mmHG?

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