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For questions about heat - a form of transfer of energy from one body to another or from one body to its surroundings. Also see these tags: [thermodynamics], [enthalpy], [energy], [temperature].

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Assuming the heat absorption of the calorimeter is negligible (so if it's made of an insulating material, the only changes in heat will be of the contents themselves). Substance 1 (the one at the … higher initial temperature) has a heat = $q_1$ Substance 2 has a heat of $q_2$ Since substance 1 will lose heat until it comes to equilibrium with substance 2, the heat lost by 1 will be absorbed by 2 …
answered Oct 5 '14 by jonsca