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In the thermite reaction, molten (liquid) iron is produced as a product, and after the reaction is complete, the iron

In the thermite reaction, molten (liquid) iron is produced as a product, and after the reaction is complete, the iron cools and solidifies, eventually coming to thermal equilibrium with the air around it.
Calculate the heat change (q) of the iron as it solidifies and cools to the ambient air temperature, using the data below. Mass of Iron Produced 41.97g Maximum Temperature of Thermite Reaction 2300 C Air Temperature 9.44 C Melting Point of Iron 1538 C Heat of Fusion of Iron 247.1 Jg c Specific Heat of Liquid Iron 0.835 J****************/

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