# Chemistry

posted by Derek

The cooling system in an automobile holds 10.0 L of ethylene glycol antifreeze. How much energy
is absorbed when the temperature of the ethylene glycol goes from 20°C to 100°C? The density
and specific heat capacity of ethylene glycol are 1.11 g/mL and 2.42 J/(g • °C),

1. bobpursley

heatabsorbed=mass*c*deltaTemp
heatabsorbed=10L*1.11g/L*2.42J/gC*80C

2. Anonymous

2129600

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