Use bond enthalpies and mean bond enthalpies to estimate (a) the enthalpy of the anaerobic breakdown of glucose to lactic acid in cells that are starved of O2, C6H12O6(aq) → 2 CH3CH(OH) COOH(aq), and (b) the enthalpy of combustion of glucose (Ignore the contributions of enthalpies of fusion and vaporization). NOTE: When using bond enthalpies alone to estimate reaction enthalpies, it is not possible to include condensed phase interactions, so the estimates are for gas-phase reactions.

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Use bond enthalpies and mean bond enthalpies to estimate (a) the enthalpy of the anaerobic breakdown of glucose to lactic acid in cells that are starved of O2, C6H12O6(aq) → 2 CH3CH(OH) COOH(aq), and (b) the enthalpy of combustion of glucose (Ignore the contributions of enthalpies of fusion and vaporization). NOTE: When using bond enthalpies alone to estimate reaction enthalpies, it is not possible to include condensed phase interactions, so the estimates are for gas-phase reactions.

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