How To Solve Enthalpy Change?

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The enthalpy change for the following reaction is -483.6kj
2H2 + O2=2H2O
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For a reaction in chemistry, enthalpy change is approximately equal to the difference between the energy used to break bonds and energy gained by the formation of new ones. Here is a link from where you can see the details to solve it:
chemistry.about.com

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