59. Combustion of diamond and graphite in oxygen can be

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59. Combustion of diamond and graphite in oxygen can be represented by the equations:
  C (ALM.) + O2 (g.) = CO2 (g.), ΔH ° p1 = -395,4 kJ / mol;
  C (graph.) + O2 (g.) = CO2 (g.), ΔH ° p2 = -393,5 kJ / mole.
Calculate the heat of reaction is the conversion of diamond to graphite: C (ALM.) → C (Count.), ΔH ° p3.

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Detailed solution. Decorated in Microsoft Word 2003. (Target decided to use formula editor)

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