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s.h_math s.h_math
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A month ago


At 1 bar, how much energy is required to heat 77.0 g H20(s) at —10.0 •C to H20(g) at 141.0 QC? Use the heat transfer
constants found in this table.
Step 1: How much energy is needed to heat 77.0 g H20(s) from —10.0 •C to 0.0 •C? The specific heat of H20(s) is
c 2.087

Good day. I was wondering if you could look into this question.

Thank you!
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Educator
A month ago
Hi s.h_math

I think the steps shown here should be helpful:



Does that help?
s.h_math Author
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A month ago
Unfortunately, this question has six parts, and I am completely lost as to what and how I am supposed to answer these questions. I know I am supposed to include questions in different threads, but since these are all related, would you suggest having everything in one place as well?

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Educator
A month ago
I'll look at it more carefully @ home, give me a few hours
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A month ago Edited: A month ago, s.h_math
no worries! Thank you!
Post Merge: A month ago

Hi sir, just wanted to know if you got a chance to have a look. yesterday?
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A month ago


s.h_math Author
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A month ago
Thank you so much!
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