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A student calibrates his/her calorimeter. S/he performs part 1 as instructed. The data are: 99.2 g water at 36.0°C are added to 97.3 g water in the calorimeter at 16.0°C. The final temperature is 26.0°C. Calculate the heat capacity of the calorimeter in J/°C.

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