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    Hey! does anyone know if there is an equation or a way to work out how much the temperature will decrease by for a delta E value which is endothermic. e.g if delta e was +233 is there a way of telling how much temperature would decrease?
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    you could use deltaH = cm(delta T) ? [if you've been taught that equation)
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    (Original post by _scott)
    you could use deltaH = cm(delta T) ? [if you've been taught that equation)
    thankyou!! do you know what cm delta T represent?
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    (Original post by helloo)
    thankyou!! do you know what cm delta T represent?
    c = specific heat capacity of water = 4.18 kJ/kg *C
    m = mass
    delta T is temperature change (then add the appropriate sign)
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    (Original post by _scott)
    c = specific heat capacity of water = 4.18 kJ/kg *C
    m = mass
    delta T is temperature change (then add the appropriate sign)
    ahh thank you soo much! for some reason i can't seem to find this on the internet! erm by mass do you mean the Mr of the compound? or do i need to calculate a mass in grams?
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    mass in grams- like in specific heat capacity, when you have a 300g block of something your mass is 300g.
 
 
 
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