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Part D Calculate the following for test tube 1 and for test tube 2, and record the results in the table:
• the number of moles of copper(II) sulfate used (Use 159.60 grams/mole as the molar mass of copper(II)
sulfate.)
• the heat absorbed by the water, in joules (Use Q = mCAT, where 10.0 milliliters of water has a mass of 10.0
grams. Use 4.186 joules/gram degree Celsius as water's specific heat capacity.)
• the change in internal energy of the copper(II) sulfate (Assume that the energy released by the copper(ll)
sulfate is absorbed by the water.)
• the reaction enthalpy, in joules/mole

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