What is the specific heat (J/g∙°C) of a metal object whose temperature increases by 3.0°C when 17.5 g of metal was heated with 38.5 J?
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Originally Posted by Louisana1 What is the specific heat (J/g∙°C) of a metal object whose temperature increases by 3.0°C when 17.5 g of metal was heated with 38.5 J? Specific Heat
Originally Posted by Louisana1 What is the specific heat (J/g∙°C) of a metal object whose temperature increases by 3.0°C when 17.5 g of metal was heated with 38.5 J? We know that E= m.c.delta T Where E is the energy, m is mass, c is the specific heat capacity and delta T is the change in temp. Just put in the values given and solve for c...
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