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    I'm doing an endothermic experiment at school at the minute, observing whether how increasing the volume of water has an effect on both temperature change (it decreases btw) and energy transferred. I was just wondering if anyone could tell me what effect it would have on the energy transferred. To me, because you're using the same mass of the reactant, I would say it would stay the same but take a longer time to have an effect... Could someone please tell me if I'm an idiot or if I'm correct? Thanks!
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