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11.6: Videos: Calorimetry

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  • Use the formula mΔTc = –mΔTc to show that heat gained = heat lost and solve for whatever “x” is. In this case, it’s the final temperature.

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    Calorimetry: Crash Course Chemistry #19

    Today’s episode dives into the how of enthalpy. How we calculate it, and how we determine it experimentally . . . even if our determinations here at Crash Course Chemistry are somewhat shoddy.

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    • Calorimetry: Using q=mu0394Tc to find Temperature + Example. Authored by: chemistNATE. Located at: https://youtu.be/llsBOI7BORI. License: All Rights Reserved. License Terms: Standard YouTube License
    • Chemistry I: Heat Capacity and Bomb Calorimetry (Medium Lvl Question). Authored by: OneClass. Located at: https://youtu.be/JtvBjmFNy5c. License: All Rights Reserved. License Terms: Standard YouTube License
    • Calorimetry: Crash Course Chemistry #19. Authored by: CrashCourse. Located at: https://youtu.be/JuWtBR-rDQk. License: All Rights Reserved. License Terms: Standard YouTube License
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