Objective: To use a thermochemical equation to relate the mass and the moles of reactant to the amount of energy released in a combustion reaction.
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Complete a 5-row table relating the amount of reactant (mol or g) to the amount of energy released in butane combustion.
Complete 5 word statements relating the amount of reactant (mol or g) to the amount of energy released in methane combustion.
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Complete a 5-row table relating the amount of reactant (mol or g) to the amount of energy released in propane combustion.
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