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Calculate the heat when a 250 g sample of water is heated from 15◦c to 100◦ c.

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Timothy Norman on December 16, 2018

To calculate the heat absorbed by the water, is required the specific heat capacity of water. This is 4.18 J/g. Now, we use the formula:Energy = mass * specific heat capacity * change in temperatureQ = mcΔTQ = 250 * 4.18 * (100 - 15)Q = 88,825 the energy absorbed by The water is 88.8 kilojoules


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