Calculate the amount of heat required for making 1kg of calcium carbide according to the following reaction.
The heats of formation of CaO, CaC2 and CO are -151.6, -14.2 and -26.4 kcal respectively.
Asked by Topperlearning User | 13th Aug, 2014, 02:32: PM
Heat required for making 1kg of CaC2 =
Answered by | 13th Aug, 2014, 04:32: PM
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