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Hi I have a question
So I have to determine the final concentration of NH4Cl in a calorimeter assuming reaction goes to completion.
Given Measurements are:
-delta T = 9.25 degrees Celcius
-Density of NH4Cl = 1.013 g/mol
-capacity of NH4Cl= 3.93 J/g*C

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