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Heat of combustion is the amount of heat evolved when the number of moles as represented by the balanced equation have been completely oxidised.If true enter 1 else o

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The heat of combustion (or the standard enthalpy of combustion) of a substance is the standard enthalpy change accompanying a reaction in which 1 mole of the substance, in the standard state reacts completely with oxygen or is completely burnt. For example, the heat of combustion of CO is represented by following balanced equation.
$$CO(g)+ \frac {1}{2} O_2(g) \rightarrow CO_2(g)  \Delta H^0 = -283 \quad kJ$$

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