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molar heat capacity of water at cont. pressure is 75j/k/mol . when 1 kj heat is supplied to 100 g of water which is free to  expand, the increase in temperature of water is

one year ago

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Arun
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use the formula: (∆Q)heat energy = moles×Cp×∆T

10^3(kJ) = 100/18 (moles) × 75 × ∆T

by simplifying we get

∆T = 2.4 kelvin
one year ago
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