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In Exercise 89 in Chapter 8, the Lewis structures for

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Problem 82

In Exercise 89 in Chapter 8, the Lewis structures for benzene (C6H6) were drawn. Using one of the Lewis structures, estimate Hf for C6H6(g) using bond energies and given that the standard enthalpy of formation of C(g) is 717 kJ/mol. The experimental Hf value of C6H6(g) is 83 kJ/mol. Explain the discrepancy between the experimental value and the calculated Hf value for C6H6(g).

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