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A student used 7.15 g ... Weigh out ~2.50 g ... Predict what would happen if 6.0 grams of CaCl2 were used for the reaction and the amount of K2CO3 remained the ...  

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From the heating curve for a 15 g sample, as shown in . Figure 15, estimate the following properties of the substance. a. the specific heat capacity of the liquid ...   Down

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