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Nitromethane (CH3 NO2 ) burns in air to produce

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Problem 61E

Nitromethane (CH3 NO2 ) burns in air to produce significant amounts of heat.

How much heat is produced by the complete reaction of 5.56 kg of nitromethane?

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