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c+1/2o2=co co+1/2o2=co2, what will be the requierd equation?
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I would think the reactions would just be combustion of each carbon compound ie. \[2C(s) / O _{2}(g) \rightarrow 2 CO (g)\] and \[2CO(g) + O _{2}(g) \rightarrow 2CO _{2}(g)\]
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Carbon can exist as an ion 'carbocation' with a charge of 4+ not 1+ and carbon monoxide does not have a charge since it's not an ionic compound.
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But for its thermochemical equations you should be given the a set of enthalpy values?
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