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Problem 71

The human body obtains 915 kJ of energy from a candy bar. If this energy were used to vaporize water at 100.0 C, how much water (in liters) could be vaporized? (Assume the density of water is 1.00 g>mL. )

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Chapter 7 & 8 7.1 – 7.3 Electromagnetic Radiation: Electromagnetic radiation can be described by equations that have the same mathematical form as equations that are used to describe waves. The mathematical description has two oscillating components (vectors) that are at right angles to o each other, and both of them are oriented 90 to the direction that...

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