Chemistry
posted by Danielle .
At 298K and 1bar pressure, the density of water is 1.00 g/cm^3 , Cpm = and 75.3 J/Kmol. The change in volume with temperature is given by delta V = ViB(deltaT), where B, the coefficient of thermal expansion, is 2.07 * 10^4 K^1.
If the temperature of 350g of water is increased by 27.5K , calculate w.
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Do you have a typo? Cpm = and 75.3 j/kmol makes no sense.
Calculate w but w isn't anywhere in the problem. 
It should be and Cpm = and 75.3 J/Kmol. I know w isn't anywhere in the problem which is why I don't know where to start.

and Cpm and 75.3 still doesn't make sense. So what does w stand for. It might help if we knew what we for looking for.

w = work, it's a physical chem question, here c does not mean concentration, it is the heat capacity of pressure/mole
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