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Explain and identify the largest heat of combustion
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a) Identify the largest heat of combustion, small heat of combustion and highest boiling point for: heptane(i), 3-methylhexane(ii), nonane(iii)

b) Identify the largest heat of combustion, small heat of combustion and lowest boiling point for: icosane(i), pentacontane(ii), tridecane(iii)

c) Identify the largest heat of combustion, small heat of combustion and lowest boiling point for: 2,3,4-trimethylhexane(i), nonane(ii), 3,4-dimethylheptane(iii)




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