Problem: A chemical engineer burned 1.520 g of a hydrocarbon in the bomb of a calorimeter (see Figure 6.10). The water temperature rose from 20.00°C to 23.55°C. If the calorimeter had a heat capacity of 11.09 kJ/K, what was the heat released (qV) per gram of hydrocarbon?

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A chemical engineer burned 1.520 g of a hydrocarbon in the bomb of a calorimeter (see Figure 6.10). The water temperature rose from 20.00°C to 23.55°C. If the calorimeter had a heat capacity of 11.09 kJ/K, what was the heat released (qV) per gram of hydrocarbon?

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