Eater your answer in the provided box.Compounds of boron and hydrogen are remarkable for their unusual bonding and also for theirreactivity. With the more reactive halogens, for example, diborane (B,H) forms trihalides even at lowtemperatures:BH)+6C@)2BC1@)+6 HCK)AH-755.4 kJHow much heat is released when 6.027 kg of diborane reacts? (Give your answer in scientific notation.)x 1014 of 16

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Compounds of boron and hydrogen are remarkable for their unusual bonding and also for their
reactivity. With the more reactive halogens, for example, diborane (B,H) forms trihalides even at low
temperatures:
BH)+6C@)2BC1@)+6 HCK)
AH-755.4 kJ
How much heat is released when 6.027 kg of diborane reacts? (Give your answer in scientific notation.)
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Eater your answer in the provided box. Compounds of boron and hydrogen are remarkable for their unusual bonding and also for their reactivity. With the more reactive halogens, for example, diborane (B,H) forms trihalides even at low temperatures: BH)+6C@)2BC1@)+6 HCK) AH-755.4 kJ How much heat is released when 6.027 kg of diborane reacts? (Give your answer in scientific notation.) x 10 14 of 16 <Prev Next hp

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