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Consider the following reaction A2 B2 2AB H

Consider the following reaction:

A2 + B2 → 2AB ΔH = –285 kJ

The bond energy for A2 is one- half the amount of the AB bond energy. The bond energy of B2 = 432 kJ/ mol. What is the bond energy of A2?

A2 + B2 → 2AB ΔH = –285 kJ

The bond energy for A2 is one- half the amount of the AB bond energy. The bond energy of B2 = 432 kJ/ mol. What is the bond energy of A2?

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