How much heat is required to raise the temp of 854 g water from 23.5 to 85.0 celcius
I got this, is this right

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  1. in Joules, yes. Numbers without units in chemistry are useless. Where in the world did you get all those significant digits, you ought to list it to three.

  2. from the teacher haha, thanks so much

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