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The standard heat enthalpy of a compound represents heat of formation of that compound at $$25^{\circ}C$$ and 1 atm pressure.


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The correct option is A True
The standard heat enthalpy of a compound is equal to its standard heat of formation.
When a compound is formed from its constituent elements in their standard states ($$25^oC$$ and 1 atm pressure), the heat of the reaction is the standard heat enthalpy or the standard heat of the formation.

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