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Homework Help: chemistry

Posted by kristine on Thursday, January 29, 2009 at 12:46am.

-You have a sample of unkonw metal that you have heated to 100 deg Celsius (oC) in boilin water. If, unknown to you, the metal sample cools somewhat before being added to your calorimeter, what will be the effect on the delta T for the water in your calorimeter (assume you have a "perfect" calorimeter)? How will this affect the calculated the specific heat of metal (cmetal)? How will this affect the caluclated molar mass of your metal sample?

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