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Constract a heating/cooling curve from an MSDS, draw multistep energy bar charts that correspond to the curve, and calculate the total. Energy released/ absorbed

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    I've deleted you dozen posts, each with a different name. It looks as though you're trying to fool us and have just dumped your homework assignment on us.

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    no really were all just in the library helping each other get ready for a bug chem test

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