Explain How The Heat Of Combustion Produced Increases The Temperature Of Calorimeter

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The heat of combustion produced increases the temperature of the calorimeter system. About 10 to 15 minutes after ignition the heat exchange between the calorimeter bomb and the water surrounding it in the inner vessel is completed. The temperature rise is then measured and serves to calculate the gross calorific value Ho. This calculation is possible only if under the same test conditions the heat capacity C of the adiabatic system has been determined previously by burning a reference
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