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    A] What type of calorimetry is used to determine the heat evolved by burning a gummy bear (promarily glucose)

    B] If the gummy bear weighs 1.25g and the temp of the calorimeter increases by 50 degrees C how much heat is absorbed / released by the reaction?

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    (a) To burn a gummy bear, the type of calortimetry used is ...

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    The calorimetry for heat evolved are determined. How much heat is absorbed and released by the reactions are determined.

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