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A chemist measures the enthalpy change (delta)H during the following reaction. Use this information to complete the table below. Round each of your answers to the nearest kJ/mol.

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A chemist measures the enthalpy change ΔΗ during the following reaction:
2H2O(I) +02(9)-2H,02(1)
ΔΗ-196. kJ
Use this information to complete the table below. Round each of your answers to the nearest kJ/mol.
reaction
AH
x10
H2O2(1) → 1120(1)-502(g)
2H2o200)> 2H20(l) + 02(8)
61120(1) +302(g) → 611202(1)
kJ
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Transcribed Image Text:A chemist measures the enthalpy change ΔΗ during the following reaction: 2H2O(I) +02(9)-2H,02(1) ΔΗ-196. kJ Use this information to complete the table below. Round each of your answers to the nearest kJ/mol. reaction AH x10 H2O2(1) → 1120(1)-502(g) 2H2o200)> 2H20(l) + 02(8) 61120(1) +302(g) → 611202(1) kJ
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