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A 10.0g sample of H2O(l) at 23.0degrees C absorbs 209 joules of heat. What is the final temp of the H2O(l) sample?

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  1. it takes 4.179 J of heat to change the temperature of 1 g of water by one ºC

    209 / (10.0 * 4.179) = temp. change

    looks like about a 5ºC increase

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    posted by Scott
  2. Thank you so much Scott ! .

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  3. Its 28.O C

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