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Posted by Kayla on Tuesday, January 22, 2013 at 3:54pm.

Adding 1.530x10^3 J of electrical energy to a constant-pressure calorimeter changes the water temperature from 20.50C to 21.85C. When 1.75g of a solid salt is dissolved in the water, the temperature falls from 21.85C to 21.44C. Find the value of qp for the solution process.

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