SCIN 131 Showing all work. Calculate the final temperature of 245 mL of water initially at 32 °C upon absorption of 17 kJ of heat

SCIN 131 Showing all work. Calculate the final temperature of 245 mL of water initially at 32 °C upon absorption of 17 kJ of heat

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SCIN 131 Showing all work.  Calculate the final temperature of 245 mL of water initially at 32 °C upon absorption of 17 kJ of heat

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Calculate the final temperature of 245 mL of water initially at 32 °C upon absorption of 17 kJ of heat.  

 

Copper has only two naturally occurring isotopes, Cu-63 and Cu-65. The mass of Cu-63 is 62.9396 amu, and the mass of Cu-65 is 64.9278 amu. Use the atomic mass of copper to determine the relative abundance of each isotope in a naturally occurring sample.


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