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I know I can use the specific heat capacity formula to find the temperature of the water during electrolysis as long as I know the mass, specific heat constant of water and joules added beforehand:
But I'm not sure how I could find the temperature of the gas produced. If the pressure was given, I could use ideal gas law.
But what if I only know the moles, volume of the container, and joules added? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
But I'm not sure how I could find the temperature of the gas produced. If the pressure was given, I could use ideal gas law.