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Solid urea, (NH2)2CO, burns to give CO2,N2, and liquid H2O. Its heat of combustion is -632.2 kJ/mol. Balance the equation for combustion of urea, and calculate the heat generated per mole of H2O formed. (Enter in kJ.)

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