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Determine the mass of sodium hydroxide that would have to be added to 100.0ml of water in order to cause the temperature to rise by 5. The enthalpy...

Determine the mass of sodium hydroxide that would have to be added to 100.0ml of water in order to cause the temperature to rise by 5.3. The enthalpy of reaction is -46.14kJ/mol. (cwater=4.184).

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The heat required(q) = m*c*DT where m =mass of water c= heat capacity of water DT = temperature change m=100ml... View the full answer

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100 ml water = 100 gm water. as the density of water = 1 gm / ml Heat = m * s * dT = 100... View the full answer

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Q = m * c * ΔT Where: Q = Heat m = mass of water = (density of water * volume of water) = (1 g/ml * 100 ml) = 100 g... View the full answer

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