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A bomb calorimeter a closed rigid vessel will be used to measure the energy released by a certain chemical reaction This calorimeter initially contains the appropriate chemicals and is located

A "bomb calorimeter," a closed, rigid vessel, will be used to measure the energy released by a certain chemical reaction. This calorimeter initially contains the appropriate chemicals and is located in a large tank of water. When the chemicals react, heat is transferred from the bomb to the water, causing its temperature to rise. The electric power input to a stirrer used to circulate the water is 0.05 kW. During a 25-minute period, the heat transfer from the bomb to the water is 1400 kJ and the heat transfer from the water tank to the surrounding air is 70 kJ. Assuming that no water evaporates, what is the increase in the internal energy of the water during this period of time?

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