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The heat of combustion of benzene at found by bomb calorimeter i.e. for the reaction is 780 K.Cal . The heat evolved on burning 39g of benzene in an open vessel will be 

A

390 K.Cal

B

780.9 K.Cal

C

390.45 K.Cal

D

780 K.Cal

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