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Homework Help: chemistry-calorimetric

Posted by Cerra on Tuesday, October 19, 2010 at 4:19pm.

Develop a detailed calorimetric method for determining the temperature of the warm water sample. Materials: Hot water sample of unknown temperature, Styrofoam cups with cardboard lid and stirrer, Thermometer, Pipets and burets, balance, ice, cold water, samples of various metals.

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