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A 2.622 g sample of almonds is ignited and used to melt ice in a can.
a. If the almond sample melted 15.24g of ice what is the heat produced in Kcal grams of nuts?

d.If the heat from the almond sample was used to heat 100mL of water at 0.0 degree centigrade, what would be the final temperature of the water be?

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Bob Pursley worked the part a for someone. It would be much simpler if you posted ALL of the problem instead of trying to do it piece meal.

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