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# Calorimetry

## Study the heat energy available in various materials

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## Calorimetry

Describes the design and function of a calorimeter along with calorimetry sample problems.

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## Calorimetry

by Bryan R. Stutzman, Ph. D. //at grade

Describes the design and function of a calorimeter along with calorimetry sample problems.

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## Unit 8.9 Calorimetry

Describes the design and function of a calorimeter along with calorimetry sample problems.

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• Interactive Simulations

## Stovetop

Learn about the relationship between heat energy and temperature, phase changes, and the microscopic physics of heat conduction, in the context of a pot of water coming to a boil on the stove

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• Video

## Calorimetry

An introduction to calorimetry Courtesy of OldSite Vanden Bout

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• Practice
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## Calorimetry

This is an activity for students to complete while reading the Calorimetry Concept

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• Real World Application

## Measuring The Calories of Everything You Eat

Learn about how the number of calories in the food you eat is determined.

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• Study Guide

## Calorimetry

by Charles Yu //basic

A guide to calorimetry.

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