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hiw much heat is needed to raise the temperature of 0.800 kg. ethyl alcohol form 15.0 celcius to its boiling point 78.3 celcius

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  1. you will need the specific heat contents, ca, for ethyl alcohol.

    Heat= mass*ca*changeinTemp
    =.8kg*ca*(78.3-15)

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