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# The enthalpychange(DH) forthereaction,N2(g) +3H2(g) 3/4 →2NH3(g)is–92.38KJat 298K.TheinternalenergychangeDUat298Kis-

- –92.38KJ
- –87.42KJ
- –97.34KJ
- –89.9 KJ

## The correct answer is: –87.42KJ

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