Enthalpy of neutralization of a strong acid and a strong base is

  1. A

    57.32kJmol1

  2. B

    55.56kJmol1

  3. C

    54.0kJmolmol1

  4. D

    52.0kJmol1

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    Solution:

    Enthalpy of neutralisation is the enthalpy charge that results from the neutralisation of 1 g-equivalent of an acid (or base) by 1 g-equivalent of an acid (or base) in diluted solution. Because both the acid and base completely ionise, the enthalpy of neutralisation for every strong acid and strong base is always constant, or 57.1 kJ.

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