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A 0.566 g sample of liquid C5H12 was combusted completely using excess oxygen inside a bomb (constant volume) calorimeter, with the products being carbon dioxide and liquid water. The calorimeter's heat capacity is 5.576 kJ °C-1. If the temperature inside the calorimeter increased from 25.0 °C to 30.4 °C,... show more A 0.566 g sample of liquid C5H12 was combusted completely using excess oxygen inside a bomb (constant volume) calorimeter, with the products being carbon dioxide and liquid water. The calorimeter's heat capacity is 5.576 kJ °C-1. If the temperature inside the calorimeter increased from 25.0 °C to 30.4 °C, determine ΔH for this reaction with respect to the system in kJ mol-1 at 298 K. Do not worry about how realistic the final answer is.
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