What is the energy needed to raise 2.004g of water from 89.0°C to 139.0°C?
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Question
What is the energy needed to raise 2.004g of water from 89.0°C to 139.0°C?
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1. User Answers joseaaronlara
Answer:
The answer to your question is E = 419.435 J
Explanation:
Data
Mass = m = 2.004 g
Temperature 1 = T1 = 89°C
Temperature 2 = T2 = 139°C
Specific heat of water = Cp = 4.186 J/g°C
Energy = E = ?
Formula
E = mCp(T2  T1)
Substitution
E = (2.004)(4.186)(139  89)
Simplification and result
E = 8.3887(50)
E = 419.435 J

2. User Answers PoopingHorse
Hello! The answer to your question is E = 419.435 J .
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