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If 720.0 mL of liquid water absorbs 80.0 kJ of heat, what will be its increase in temperature?

  1. SraJMcGin

    11th grade can not be the School Subject. Could we please begin there?

    Sra

  2. leonard

    what grade do you work on geography?

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