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molar heat of reaction........?

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Old 06-26-2009, 11:19 AM
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Default molar heat of reaction........?

I need help with calculating the molar enthalpy of reaction.
This is the question: Calculate the molar heat of reaction for the NaOH(aq) using the data obtained from this experiment. Show all your work.
The thing I am having a problem with is how to get mass of water. This is what I mean. I need to get the quantity of thermal energy from this formula
I don't know where to get (m) mass of water, so I am unable to get Q and therefore am unable to get molar heat reaction.
I hope you understand what I mean, and if you think you can help me, but can't understand what I mean then just email me.
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