Posted by **Tersa** on Sunday, October 17, 2010 at 12:32pm.

calculate the theoretical amount of CaCl2 that would be required to change the temperature of 50ml of water from room temperature 20C to 45C? Remember heat loss during the dissolution is equal to the heat capacity of water. this value is 4.184. you assume that the density of the water is 1g/ml.

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