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Posted by Jazmin on Sunday, October 17, 2010 at 9:52pm.

Suppose you add 81 ml of dilute acid to 54 ml of water. Both the water and acid were at room temperature (22 C) before being mixed. The temperature of the solution increased to 42 C. How much energy (in kJ) was released by the dissolution of the acid if the specific heat capacity of the solution is still the same as water 4.18 J/(gK) and the density was still approximately 1.0 g/ml.

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