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Unformatted text preview: MISEL‘GAIEMA KCXWC¢[L€~V\_C( mx / SCH4UI 55M 1 UNIT 3: Energy Changes & Rules of Reactions Cedurbrce (2.1:. DETERMINING THE ENTHALPY OF A NEUTRALIZATION REACTION Observations: Make sure that all measurements are to the correct number of significant digits. All measuring devices have a last, certain value plus one uncertain value. Volume of NaOH (mL) Q Volume of HCI \q (mL) Volume Total (mL) Note: AT represents thetempetaturc c—hange for the neutralization process you and your group performed. AT & AT are the temperature changes for two other groups Results: ' Mass of isolated system (Q) b ,2 OXIDES ‘5 5'3 W333? ~24) MST #3 5.3 7(th Moles of reactant 3 auggfiflb 0. :15 moi / Mm 2 éfie-kfiy Leigh 514$ ...
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