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Posted by Katie on Saturday, February 4, 2012 at 9:12pm.

A cook wants to heat 1.10kg of water from 33 C to 100 C. If he uses the combustion of natural gas which is exothermic to heat the water, how much natural gas will he need to burn? Natural gas produces 49.3 kJ/gram.

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