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Posted by sara on Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at 9:45am.

assuming the reaction goes to completion, determine the final concentration of NH4Cl in the calorimeter.

NH4Cl(s)+ H2O(l)-> NH4Cl(aq)
concentration of NH4Cl is 1.00M
its specific heat is 3.93 and density is g/ml.

note: the exact same question was asked for a previous problem with the equation of:

NH3(aq) +HCl(aq) -> NH4Cl(aq)

So how do I differentiate between the two, what do i do differently?

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