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JTfan2000
 one year ago
A pretzel burned in a calorimeter transfers 12,500 joules to 20 g of water. What is the rise in the water’s temperature? Show work for credit and include final units.
JTfan2000
 one year ago
A pretzel burned in a calorimeter transfers 12,500 joules to 20 g of water. What is the rise in the water’s temperature? Show work for credit and include final units.

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johnnyq
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1To solve this equation, you will use the formula q=mcT. 18200=100*4.186*T. The change in the water's temperature equals a change of 43.5 degrees. !
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