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The standard enthalpy change of formation of hsxane is -199kJ mol-1

Show the enthalpy profile diagram for the formation of hexane

Label the enthalpy change of reaction and the activation energy

My main question is how do I know what the activation energy like look like?

Thank you!!
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The standard enthalpy change of formation of hsxane is -199kJ mol-1

Show the enthalpy profile diagram for the formation of hexane

Label the enthalpy change of reaction and the activation energy

My main question is how do I know what the activation energy like look like?

Thank you!!
It's just a hump between reactants and products.
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