Chemistry 1

Imagine that a hypothetical life form is discovered on our moon and transported to Earth. On a hot day, this life form begins to sweat, and it is determined that the heat of vaporization of its sweat is 215 cal/g. The scientist observing the extraterrestrial life form also begins to sweat. The heat of vaporization of the scientist\'s sweat is 580 cal/g at the skin\'s surface. If both the extraterrestrial life form and the scientist lose 481 g of sweat over the course of one hour, calculate the heat lost by each body from the vaporization of sweat.

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  1. ex: 0.45cal
    h.s: 2.09cal

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