https://media.pearsoncmg.com/bc/bc_0media_chem/chem_sim/calorimetry/Calor.phpProcedureClick the Experiment tabChoose “Run Experiment”Click on “Solutions” tabChoose Hydrochloric AcidSlide Volume slider to 100mLSlide Molarity slider to 1.50MClick the box next to “Show specific heat capacity”RECORD THE INITIAL TEMPERATUREClick NextClick on “Solutions” tabChoose Sodium HydroxideSlide Volume slider to 100mLSlide Molarity slider to 1.50MClick the box next to “Show specific heat capacity”RECORD THE INITIAL TEMPERATUREClick NextClick the box next to “Show graph view”Click the box next to “Show microscopic view”Click StartRECORD FINAL TEMPERATURECalculationsAssume the density of the solution is 1.00g/mL and determine the total mass of the solution in your calorimeter.Calculate the change in temperature ΔT from your recorded temperature data. Calculate the heat of the solution (qsoln) in the calorimeter. Determine the heat of the reaction (qrxn)using conversion of energy. Determine the enthalpy of the reaction by dividing the heat of the reaction by the moles of acid.Compute the %accuracy for the enthalpy of reaction. Assume that the “correct”values for the enthalpy of reaction are ΔH = -58 kJ/mol acid for the reaction of sodium hydroxide with hydrochloric acid.