Objective: To use the equation Q = m•C•∆T to relate the heat
released to the surroundings to the mass and temperature change of the
surroundings and to the enthalpy change of the system.
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Measuring the Quantity of Heat
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Relate the mass and ∆T of a water calorimeter to the quantity of
heat it absorbed and the heat of solution of a dissolved solid.
Relate the energy absorbed by water to the mass and the temperature
change of the water.
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Relate the energy released by a system to the mass and initial or
final temperature of a water calorimeter.
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