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A student mixes two water solutions with an initial temperature of 25 degrees C to form a final substance with a mass of 65 grams at 30 degrees C. What is the heat change in kJ?

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  1. mass of final soln x specific heat soln x delta T = heat change.
    65 g x specific heat x 5 = q.

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