The combustion of ethene,C2H4,is an exothermic reaction. Use the information below to determine the amount of energy given off when 1000g of

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The combustion of ethene,C2H4,is an exothermic reaction. Use the information below to determine the amount of energy given off when 1000g of ethene is conbusted C2H4+3 O2-> 2CO2 + H20

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    2021-08-26T01:14:56+00:00

    Answer:

    Q=-50,307kJ

    Explanation:

    Hello there!

    In this case, since following reaction:

    C2H4+3 O2-> 2CO2 + 2H2O

    Has an enthalpy of combustion of ethene is about -1411.1 kJ/mol (can be found on goo gle), it is possible to calculate the total amount of energy that is released when 1000 grams of ethene are burned as shown below:

    Q=-1411.1 \frac{kJ}{molC_2H_4} *\frac{1molC_2H_4}{28.05gC_2H_4}*1000gC_2H_4 \\\\Q=-50,307kJ

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