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calculate the heat required to raise the temperature of 100g HCl gas from 300k to 800k at constant pressure
Cp = 30j/k mol

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    q = mc*delta T.
    I would convert 30 J/k*mol to J/g.
    30 J/molK x (1 mol/36.46 g) = ??
    q = 100 x 30 x (1/36.46) x 500 = xx
    Check my work.

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