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Specific Heat?

Post  Psalm61:2 on Mon Mar 17, 2014 8:30 pm

What mass of water at 100.0 C would raise the temperature of 20.00g of water at 19.0C to 32.6C(degrees Celsius)?

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Re: Specific Heat?

Post  JasonGHerbalExt on Mon Jan 05, 2015 10:57 pm

What mass of water at 100.0 C would raise the temperature of 20.00g of water at 19.0C to 32.6C(degrees Celsius)?

It is not related with chemistry.
assume the amount of 100C water is x g.
100*x + 20*19 = (x+20)*32.6

It is your job to find out x.

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