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Default chemistry heat problem?

Most homes and schools use methane (natural gas). based upon the heat relesed, mass and cost, explain why methane is used so widely.

(hint: use ?Hf calculations to determine the ?H of combustion of methane to help determine the heat per gram and a heating bill from home to determine the heat per dollar,)

suppose that methane costs 245x10-5 /ml and the density of methane is 0.466g/ml.
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