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# 1. Neutralization of a strong acid (HCI) by a strong base (NaOH) We will use equations…

1. Neutralization of a strong acid (HCI) by a strong base (NaOH) We will use equations (8) and (9) to determine AH, the enthalpy of the neutralization reaction. The initial and final temperatures are given for the reaction of 50 mL HCl with 50 ml NaOH. The concentrations of each solution are 1.0 M. Type your answers directly into the fillable forms, below. • Use equation (8) 9 = Csolnmsoln AT to find the heat evolved during the reaction as follows: a. Record T2 (final temperature) and T1 initial temperature) to find AT. TA 20.0 °C T2 26.81 °C b. The total volume of solution is 100 mL. Use the density of water (1.0 g/mL) to calculate the total mass, moln msoln c. Since we know Csoin = 4.18 J/g °C for water, we can now find q in units of Joules

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