Posted by **Ivy** on Saturday, December 4, 2010 at 10:10pm.

An unknown metal, heated to an unknown temperature until a liquid is dropped

into a calorimeter that has 250 ml of water. The water heats up from 22 degrees

Celcius to 29 degrees Celcius, at which point the temperature of the water and

metal are equal. How much energy in Kilojoules did the metal release?

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