# Thermometer

Immerse a thermometer with a heat capacity of 2.0 J. K-1 in water weighing 67.0 grams. Before immersion in water, the thermometer showed a temperature of 17.8 degrees Celsius. After reaching equilibrium, the temperature is 32.4 degrees. What was the water temperature before the measurement?

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