Question #84e43

1 Answer
Jun 10, 2016

Answer:

#8.91X10^4J#

Explanation:

The calculation for Joules can be determined using the equation
#Q=m(t_f-t_i)C_p#

#Q =# heat in Joules #(J)#
#m =# mass in (g)
#T_f =# Final Temp #(C)#
#T_i =# Initial Temp #(C)#
#C_p=# Specific Heat of Water #(J/(gC))#

#Q =?#
#m =576g#
#T_f = 58^oC#
#T_i =21^oC#
#C_p=4.18J(g^oC)#

#Q=576g(58^oC-21^oC)4.18J/(g^oC)#

#Q=576cancel(g)(37(cancelC))4.18J/cancel(g^oC)#

#Q=89,084.16 J#