Evolution of hydrogen , Physics

A strip of aluminium of mass 40.7g is dropped into a beaker of dilute hydrochloric acid. Calculate the work done (in J) on the surrounding atmosphere (1atm pressure, 26.1oC ) by the evolution of hydrogen in the subsequent reaction. State any assumptions you have made.

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