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Consider benzene (C6H6) in the gas phase. (a)Write the

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Consider benzene (C6H6) in the gas phase. (a)Write the reaction for breaking all the bonds in C6H6(g), and use data in Appendix C to determine the enthalpy change for this reaction. (b) Write a reaction that corresponds to breaking all the carbon–carbon bonds in C6H6(g). (c) By combining your answers to parts (a) and (b) and using the average bond enthalpy for C -- H from Table 8.4, calculate the average bond enthalpy for the carbon–carbon bonds in C6H6(g). (d) Comment on your answer from part (c) as compared to the values for C -- C single bonds and C == C double bonds in Table 8.4.

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Author: Theodore E. Brown; H. Eugene LeMay; Bruce E. Bursten; Catherine Murphy; Patrick Woodward
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