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###### (-/1 Points]DETAILS0/1 Submnissions UsedConslder the following heat of farmatlon data:FezOg(s) 4i" -822.16 */rol FeCis(s) AHro ~400 Klmol Rcl(o) AFLO Rmol Hza(o) 4H" 7245,.82 *molCalculate AHO, for the rcaclon below. Pick thc cholco whlch glvcs this 4n" valugFeCl(s)Hoig)Fon0,(*)Hcl(g)Ahotan 149.5 kAh"T1556.] KJAHO -272.6 kJAnorn 272.6 RJ4he-1556.3 %Subinmanee

(-/1 Points] DETAILS 0/1 Submnissions Used Conslder the following heat of farmatlon data: FezOg(s) 4i" -822.16 */rol FeCis(s) AHro ~400 Klmol Rcl(o) AFLO Rmol Hza(o) 4H" 7245,.82 *mol Calculate AHO, for the rcaclon below. Pick thc cholco whlch glvcs this 4n" valug FeCl(s) Hoig) Fon0,(*) Hcl(g) Ahotan 149.5 k Ah"T 1556.] KJ AHO -272.6 kJ Anorn 272.6 RJ 4he -1556.3 % Subinmanee

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