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How much heat energy in KJ is evolved by a reaction in a calorimeter in which the temperature of the calorimeter and water increases from 20.91 degrees C to 26.45 degrees C? The bomb has a heat capacity of 469 J/degrees . The Calorimeter contaains 792 grams of water.

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  1. q = [mass water x specific heat water x delta T] +[Ccalx delta T]

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  2. specific heat of water there isnt one?

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