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Posted by kate on Wednesday, February 23, 2011 at 7:41pm.

The specific heat of the dilute NaCl solution formed during the neutralization of the HCl is about 2% less than the 4.184 J/k g assumed in the calculation for the molar heat of neutralization of the acid. How will this affect your final result for the heat of neutralization?

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