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An orange contains 445 kJ of energy. What mass of water could this same amount of energy raise from 25.0 degrees C to the boiling point?

What is the boiling point?
Equation?
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    q = mass water x specific heat water x delta T.
    q = 445,000 joules. delta T = 100-25.

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