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Please help!!!!The combustion of 14 grams of CO according to the reaction CO(g) + ½O2(g) CO2(g) + 67.6 kcal gives off how much heat? Remember to use significant digit rules. 6,716 kcal 1,514 kcal 34 kcal 135 kcal none of the above

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    the reaction tells us that one mole of CO produces 67.6 kcal of heat convert 14 g of CO to moles and multiply by 67.6 to find the amount of heat produced by 14g of CO burned

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