lab 4 in lab

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Questions Note: All masses must be reported to three decimal places and all temperatures must be reported to two decimal places. Any calculations involving the specific heat of water (4.18 J/g-°C) should be reported to three significant figures. Part A: Validating the Assumption about Insulation Data Table A. Validating the Assumption about Insulation Mass (g) Temperature (°C) Cups and cover 9.863 NA Cups, cover, and cold water 68.304 NA Cold water 58.441 22.96 Cups, cover, and mixture 106.045 45.60 Warm water 37.741 69.80 Question 1a. When the cold and warm water are mixed, select all of the follow that are true about T cold water and T warm water . The absolute value of T cold water is equal to the absolute value of T warm water They are both positive They are both negative They have opposite signs The absolute value of T cold water is less than the absolute value of T warm water The absolute value of T cold water is greater than the absolute value of T warm water Question 1b. Select all of the following that are true about q cold water and q warm water . They have opposite signs
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2011 for the course CHEM 202 taught by Professor Feducia during the Spring '09 term at N.C. State.

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