What is the heat of combustion of Carbon?
Asked by | 26th Feb, 2008, 04:09: PM
Combustion of carbon means energy change of a reaction in which 1 mole or 12g of carbon reacts completely with oxygen.
Answered by | 7th Dec, 2017, 08:36: PM
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