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Combustion of 1 mole of propanol in calorimetric bomb releases 2007kJ of heat. When an unknown amount of propanol was ignited in a bomb calorimeter,...

Combustion of 1 mole of propanol in calorimetric bomb releases
2007kJ of heat. When an unknown amount of propanol was ignited in a bomb calorimeter, its temperature rose from 25.0 oC to 26.8 oC. The outer jacket contained 100 mol of water (1.8 liter). Combustion reaction is written as:
C3H7OH(l)+41O2 (g)→3CO2 (g)+4H2O(l)
A) How much propanol was used.
B)What was partial pressure of CO2 :
1-immediately after combustion, before heat has been transferred to water jacket, and 2-when calorimeter reached thermal equilibrium
if calorimeter initially contained 1 liter of O2 at 1 bar and 0.005 mol of propanol?
Note: 0.005 mol is not the answer to part A).
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Combustion of 1 mole of propanol in calorimetric bomb releases
2007kJ of heat. When an unknown amount of propanol was ignited in a bomb calorimeter, its
temperature rose from 25.0 oC to 26.8 oC....

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