What is δh∘rxn for the following chemical reaction? co(g)+nh3(g)→hcn(g)+h2o(g)

what’s ΔH∘rxn for any appropriate substance
−110.5
creation (ΔH∘f) to determine the enthalpy of this considering
0
O(g)                                                     
N(g)                                                      
473
H2O(g)                                             

What is ΔH∘rxn for the following chemical
reaction?
CO(g)+NH3(g)→HCN(g)+H2O(g)
You can use the following table of standard heats of
formation (ΔH∘f) to calculate the enthalpy of the given
reaction.
Express the standard enthalpy of reaction to three
significant figures and include the appropriate units.
Element/
Compound               
Standard Heat of Formation (kJ/mol)
H(g)                                                      
218
N(g)                                                      
473
H2(g)                                                   
0
O2(g)                                                   
0
NH3(g)                                              
−45.90
O(g)                                                     
249
CO(g)                                                
−110.5
H2O(g)                                             
−241.8kJ
C(g)                                                     
71
HCN(g)                                              
130.5kJ
C(s)                                                    
0
HNO3(aq)                                         
−206.6

H(g)                                                      
O2(grams)                                                   
CO(g)                                                
H2(grams)                                                   
C(g)                                                     

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