What will be the enthalpy change for 25.00 g of iodine gas?, homework help

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Solid Titanium metal (Ti) reacts with iodine gas to form solid Titanium(III) iodide. The balanced equation is:

2Ti (s) + 3I2(g) --> 2TiI3 (s)

The heat of reaction for this is measured to be: delta H(rxn) = - 839 kJ.

Answer the following questions in regards to the above process:

(a) Is the reaction exothermic or endothermic?

(b) What will be the enthalpy change for 25.00 g of iodine gas?

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