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Nacl(s)+ HCl---->H20 +NaCl(aq)
delta H(amouint of energy aborbed by the solution is 4263.6J)
Is it okay to say that H2 represents the heat evolved to neutralize 2g of NaOH with an acid

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  1. The equation doesn't make sense and the question doesn't make sense. Try correcting one or both and we can try again.

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