Heat of Neutralization

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Fatima Elzin SJU Chem 1111L 11/15/2009 Dr. Pedro Bastos Methods for the Determination of Density 1. Using the result from part (s) calculate the enthalpy change if you neutralized six moles  of HCl with an equal number of moles of NaOH. 2. Calculate the heat of neutralization of acetic acid in calories per millimole. 3. Why is it important to perform this reaction in a Styrofoam cup? How might your results 
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Unformatted text preview: change if you used two Styrofoam cups? 4. Why are you calculating delta H rather than delta not H? Heat of Neutralization Fatima Elzin SJU Chemistry 1111L 73139 November 11, 2009 Pedro Bastos, Anne Okafor...
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