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Temperature of mixtures and heat capacity of the calorimeter

Temperature of mixtures and heat capacity of the calorimeter

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Principle

Quantities of heat distribute themselves so that finally all parts that are in contact with each other have the same temperature. If the heat capacities and the initial temperatures are known, then the final temperature can be predicted. Or, in reverse, the final temperature can be used to derive the heat capacity when the initial temperatures are known.

Tasks

Heat different amounts of water with the butane burner and determine their temperatures. Mix them with
a known amount of water in the calorimeter, the temperature of which you have previously measured.
Measure the temperature of the mixture that results in the calorimeter.

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