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# How many calories are needed to raise the temp of 100 grams of water from 20 degree C to 50 degree C?

Updated: 9/21/2023

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Heat required = (mass) x (specific heat of substance) x (temp difference)

In this case it would be (100) x (1) x (50-20)

= 100 x 30 = 3000 cals

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