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What energy results when #"n-butane"# is combusted?

What energy results when #"n-butane"# is combusted?
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And where are the data...?

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You want the enthalpy associated with the reaction...

#C_4H_10(g) + 13/2O_2(g) rarr 4CO_2(g) + 5H_2O(l) + Delta#

This site quotes for butane, #DeltaH_"combustion"^@=-2.88xx10^3*kJ*mol^-1#...in this instance #kJ*mol^-1# means PER MOLE of reaction as written.

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