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The initial temperature of a bomb calorimeter is 28.50°C. When a chemist carries out a reaction in this calorimeter, its temperature decreases to 27.45°C. If the calorimeter has a mass of 1.400 kg and a specific heat of 3.52 J/(g°C), how much heat is absorbed by the reaction?

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