Notoriousjae

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Can anyone tell me the formula needed to find the heat of combustion at a constant volume in a bomb calorimeter?
Is it the same as the below formula,
[q= mass * specific heat capacity * Change in temp]
which is used to find heat changes at a constant pressure?
 

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I could tell you, but it's pointless. Won't be on the test. Search the threads...has anyone every heard of such a question...nope
 
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