The neutralisation of a strong acid by a strong base liberates an amount

The Neutralisation Of A Strong Acid By A Strong Base Chemistry Question

The neutralisation of a strong acid by a strong base liberates an amount of energy per mole of H⁺ that

Options

(a) depends upon which catalyst is used
(b) depends upon the temperature at which the reaction takes place
(c) depends upon which acid and base are involved
(d) is always is same

Correct Answer:

is always is same

Explanation:

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Subject: Chemistry (2512)

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