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- 35 mL of water is at 87 degrees Celsius. This water is heated, becomes steam and then continues heating to a temperature of 106 degrees Celsius. How much heat was absorbed due to this process?

C_{water}= 4.186 J/g
C C_{steam}= 2.02 J/g
C Vaporization:
40.65 kJ/mol

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