Enthalpy of Neutralization 2:
Chapter 6

Dr. Robert Belford

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Question 1
Determine Δ Hneut for the reaction of CH3COOH(aq) & NaOH(aq).
(A)  -56.0 kJ/mol
(B)  56.0 kJ/mol
(C)  -5.60 kJ/mol
(D)  5.60 kJ/mol

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