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I think it's less of Le Chateliers and more of a molecular understanding of the rxn. If you have a high concentration, low volume of acid and base reacting, imagine the H+ and OH- reacting. If you have a higher concentration of either acid or base, you have more moles of H+ and OH- reacting. If you have a small volume for both, that means there will be more collisions or possible interactions in such a confined space. This tells you that in terms of reacting, the H+ and OH- will react a lot as their possibilities of collision are increased and thus would have a greater Delta T because giving off heat in the process of these collisions.
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