How do we find the change in heat in a chemical reaction?

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Apr 28, 2016

Answer:

It is possible to find the change in heat. But we require further information.

Explanation:

We need the calorimeter constant. Typically, the bomb would be submerged in a volume of water, and the temperature change of the surrounding would be used (together with the specific heat value of water) to measure the energy produced by combustion,