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Enthalpy of neutralisation of all strong acids and strong bases has the same value because

(a) neutralisation leads to the formation of a salt and water
(b) strong acids and bases are ionic substances
(c) acids always give rise to $H^+$ ions and bases always furnish $OH^-$ ions
(d) the net chemical change involve the combination of 1 mol of $H^+$ ions and $OH^-$ ions to form water.
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Answer: the net chemical change involve the combination of 1 mol of $H^+$ ions and ions $OH^-$ ions to form water.
The enthalpy of neutralisation of all strong acids and strong bases has the same value because the net chemical change involved is the combination of 1 mol of $H^+$ and 1 mol of $OH^-$ ions to form water.
answered Feb 23, 2014 by mosymeow_1
 

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