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Compare the results of the two measurements of a heat of neutralization (HCl&NaOH=11.58 kcal/mol) (CH3COOH&NaOH=13.06kcal/mol). Estimate the error in this. How close would they have to be to be considered identical? Quote numbers to justify your answer

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    Is one o these the accepted value? Are they both experimental values?

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