A. and D.
Explanation: The relationship between internal energy change and enthalpy change during a chemical reaction occurs according to the following formula:
So, for changes in enthalpy and internal energy to be equal volume or pressure has to be constant, i.e., zero.
Change in the number of moles of gas during the reaction can make the difference between and be larger, so for them to be equal and pressure constant, number of moles must be the same in reagents and products.
Analysing each reaction above:
Reaction A has the same number of moles in reagents and products, so enthalpy change and internal energy change will be equal;
Reactions B and C don't have the same number of moles at both sides, so enthalpy and energy will be different.
Reaction D, although reagent side have 2 compounds, carbon is solid, so reaction have the same number of moles in both sides. Enthalpy and Energy will be equal.
E. Enthalpy is an intensive property Is false.
The false or wrong option in this question is that Enthalpy is an intensive property.
To explain this, I would first explain an intensive property. An intensive property is one that does not depend on the quantity or the mass of matter. Examples are temperature and pressure.
But an extensive property is a property which depends on the mass and the quantity of the system. Enthalpy, volume are all extensive.