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This is from a calorimetry lab. $50\ \mathrm{ml}$ of acid and base were mixed. Why does the temperature keep decreasing after 1 minute and why isn't at a constant rate?

Is it because heat is lost to the surroundings?


Source: https://fronter.com/uio/links/files.phtml/1520337012$477794732$/Lab/Laboppgaver+-++Prelab++-+Rapportmal/Oppgave+2+all.pdf

This for a Lab Report Hand-IN at my University. Blindern University of Oslo.

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  • $\begingroup$ Heat loss to surroundings is probably it. $\endgroup$ – orthocresol Nov 19 '15 at 9:35
  • $\begingroup$ The link is not visible to the general public. This is unlikely due to heat loss, as that wouldn't be linear. Especially not if it wasn't well-mixed, which it probably isn't. More information is going to be needed. $\endgroup$ – user7652 Nov 19 '15 at 11:09

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