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				   The heat of neutralisation of strong dibasic acid in dilute solution by NaOH is nearly

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The values obtained were: for  H2SO4-NaOH, is  13.48 per gm-equiv. and 

for HCI-NaOH,  13.523  kcal.  per gm-equiv.




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