# Cyanamide is a compound containing two hydrogen atoms and some amount of C and N. There are a total of 5 atoms in the compound. The products of combustion were found to be CO2, NO2, and H2O. If the enthalpy of combustion for cyanamide is – 671.9 kJ/mol and the enthalpy of formation is 58.8 kJ/mol, what is the chemical formula for cyanamide? ( ΔfH (CO2) = - 393.51 kJ/mole; ΔfH (NO2) = + 33.10 kJ/mole; ΔfH (H2O) = - 241.826 kJ/mole)

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Cyanamide is a compound containing two hydrogen atoms and some amount of C and N. There are a total of 5 atoms in the compound. The products of combustion were found to be CO2, NO2, and H2O. If the enthalpy of combustion for cyanamide is – 671.9 kJ/mol and the enthalpy of formation is 58.8 kJ/mol, what is the chemical formula for cyanamide? ( ΔfH (CO2) = - 393.51 kJ/mole; ΔfH (NO2) = + 33.10 kJ/mole; ΔfH (H2O) = - 241.826 kJ/mole)

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