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erinnn20
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Do I use q=mc delta T? What is c?
Calculate the heat (in joules) absorbed by the solution in reaction MgO + 2HCl> H20 + MgCl2.
Initial temp is 19.1 degrees Celsius
final temp is 27.2 degrees Celsius
I used .9999 g MgO
100. mL of 1.0 M HCl
Thanks
 8 months ago
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erinnn20 Group Title
Do I use q=mc delta T? What is c? Calculate the heat (in joules) absorbed by the solution in reaction MgO + 2HCl> H20 + MgCl2. Initial temp is 19.1 degrees Celsius final temp is 27.2 degrees Celsius I used .9999 g MgO 100. mL of 1.0 M HCl Thanks
 8 months ago
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c=specific heat
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AllTehMaffs Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
And it would be the specific heat of water in this instance I would think. The mass of the water would then be 100 grams. (density of water = 1 gram/mL)
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