# chemistry

When 1 g of baked potato is burnt in acalorimeter having a heat capacity of 350jdegree celsius the temperature rises by 10degrees celsius.determine the heat content of atypical baked potato having a mass of 120g. give your answer in both Kj and kcal.

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