(Solved) : You Are About To Dilute 200 Mol Of 100 Sulfuric Acid . . .

You are about to dilute 2.00 mol of 100% sulfuric acid with enough water to produce a 30 mole% aqueous solution. The acid and water are initially at 25°C.
(a) How much heat would have to be removed to keep the final solution at 25°C?
(b) Suppose the flask has a mass of 150 g, and that the heat capacity of the flask and its contents is 3.30 J/(g ∙ °C). If the flask is sufficiently insulated to be considered adiabatic, what will be the final solution temperature?

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