Determine the energy content of refuse derived fuel (RDF) if a 10 g sample is placed into a bomb calorimeter that holds 5 L of water.

A bomb calorimeter is a device used to determine the heat energy value of materials when they are combusted. Typically, a sample is place into a stainless steel ball, to which oxygen under high pressure is added. The bomb is placed into an adiabatic water bath, so that heat cannot be transferred to the surroundings. Wires lead from the bomb to an electrical source so that a spark can be administered to combust the material. Determine the energy content of refuse derived fuel (RDF) if a 10 g sample is placed into a bomb calorimeter that holds 5 L of water. During combustion, the temperature in the water bath increases by 15∘C. Ignore the mass of the bomb.

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