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A calorimeter is a device used to measure changes in thermal energy or heat transfer.
Typically, a calorimeter includes a reaction vessel and thermometer, both submerged in water.
How does the calorimeter measure the amount of thermal energy transferred? What data does the experimenter read?
What heat transfer equation relates to calorimetry experimentation?
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