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Homework Help: Chem 30

Posted by Brett on Tuesday, January 3, 2012 at 3:27pm.

1) Suppose the mass of the NaOH used in a reaction was doubled. What would you expect to happen to the heat given off by the reaction? Explain your answer.

2)Again, suppose the mass of the NaOH used in a reaction was doubled. What would you expect to happen to the heat given off per mole of NaOH in the reaction? Explain your answer.

I am not sure what the answer would be, however I do think that for question 1 the answer would be more and for question 2 the answer would be less. If I am right could you explain to me why those would be the answers as I do know the why and if I'm wrong explain what the right answer would be?
Thanks

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