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Posted by Lauren on Thursday, August 30, 2012 at 12:20am.

The peanut studied had a mass of 0.609 g before combustion and 0.053 g after combustion. The energy released during combustion caused a 14.2 degree Celsius increase in the temperature of 200.0 mL water in the calorimeter. Calculate the mass of peanut burned.

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