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    Why do I need the change in temperature to calculate the energy transferred when 1 dm3 of heptane is burned?
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    Well, it's giving out heat energy, so the temperature is a measure of that heat energy...
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    Yes, because the formula for working out heat energy is E = c x m x change in temp
 
 
 
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