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Calculate the maximum nonexpansion work that can be gained from the oxidation of HCl (g) on a per gram basis under standard conditions. Please answer your question (unit kJ/g).
|HCl (g)||O2 (g)||Cl2 (g)||H2O (l)|
I got until the point where you get kJ/m my answer was -93.1. But, from there I don't know what is the next step to convert to kJ/g. I tried and I got the answer -23.04 but that was wrong.
Please show me step by step, and result.
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