# What is the heat in calories required to raise the temperature of 0.05 kg of water from 0 degrees C to 100 degrees C?

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Change in temperature `(DeltaT)`=100-20 =`80^@C`
To Find : Heat energy needed to raise the temperature
Solution :Energy to be supplied to water = energy gained by water = mass of water x specific heat of water change in temperature of water
= `mxxcxxDeltaT`
= 5 x 1 x 80
= 400 kcal
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