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Understanding thermodynamic calculations

Burning 2.00g of propane, C3H8, produces 99.78 kJ of energy. How much energy is produced when one mole of the propane burns?

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The question tells you how much energy is produced when a certain mass of propane is burned. To figure out how much energy is produced when one mole of propane burns, you will use this information, but you will also need to figure out how to convert moles of propane to mass of propane, or vice versa. Here is one way to ...

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