anonymous
  • anonymous
42.5 grams of an unknown substance is heated to 105.0 degrees Celsius and then placed into a calorimeter containing 110.0 grams of water at 24.2 degrees Celsius. If the final temperature reached in the calorimeter is 32.4 degrees Celsius, what is the specific heat of the unknown substance? Show or explain the work needed to solve this problem, and remember that the specific heat capacity of water is 4.18 J/(°C x g).
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  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
-_- did it again, this is supposed to be in the science section!
anonymous
  • anonymous
use q=msdeltat where s is the specific heat of water, 4.184J/g degree Celsius

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