Amanda G.

asked • 04/01/20

Bomb Calorimeter Question

When 6.10 g of urea, (NH2 )2 CO(s) , burns to produce CO2(g) , N2(g) , and H2O(l) ,

67.8 kJ of heat energy are released in a bomb calorimeter. What is the energy released in the burning of one mole of urea? Using this, determine the enthalpy of formation of urea

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Jared B. answered • 04/01/20

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