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Energetic Principles of Chemical Reactions, J. Simons, Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc. (1983). Jack Simons is a theoretical chemist who has studied the electronic structures and dynamical behavior of a wide range of negative molecular ions. Geometrical Derivative of Energy Surfaces and Molecular Properties, P. Jorgensen, and J. Simons, ed. D. Reidel Publishing Company (1985). Quantum Mechanics in Chemistry, J. Simons, and J. Nichols, Oxford University Press (1997).
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When a chemical reaction occurs in the coffee cup calorimeter, the heat of the reaction if absorbed by the water. The change in the water temperature is used to calculate the amount of heat that has been absorbed (used to make products, so water temperature decreases) or evolved (lost to the water, so its temperature increases) in the reaction. Constant - volume calorimeter. used to evaluate the energy released by the combustion of fuels and the caloric values of food 1. A combustable sample is burned in pure oxygen in a sealed container or "bomb".
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