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3.98mL of 2.902M HCL are reacted with 15mL of 3.198 M NaOH. Use molar heat of neutralization to determine the kJ of heat produced. molar heat of neutralization is -55.84kJ/mol.

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  1. 55.8 kJ/mol x # moles = ?? kJ.
    # moles = (3.98 mL/1000) x 2.902 M = ??

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