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University Physics with Modern Physics with Mastering Physics (11th Edition)

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17.106: The mass of the steam condensed kg. 0.035 kg 0 49 . 0 kg 525 . 0 = - The heat lost by the steam as it condenses and cools is ), K 0 . 29 )( K kg J 4190 )( kg 035 . 0 ( ) kg 035 . 0 ( v + L and the heat gained by the original water and calorimeter is J. 10 8.33 K) ))(56.0 K kg J kg)(4190 (0.340 K) kg J kg)(420 150 . 0 (( 4 ×
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Unformatted text preview: = ⋅ + ⋅ Setting the heat lost equal to the heat gained and solving for kg, J 10 2.26 gives 6 v × L or kg J 10 3 . 2 6 × to two figures (the mass of steam condensed is known to only two figures)....
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