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I need to know calories to warm 58mL of water from 10 degress C to 100 degress C and vaporize it at 100 degress C.

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    You need to calculate it.

    Heat to warm =mass*specificHeat*changeTemp
    = 58ml(1gram/ml)*specificheat*90C

    Heat to boil:
    heat= heatofvaporization*masswater

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