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Renee99

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A scientist adds heat to each of the following substances. Which will probably absorb the most heat before its temperature changes significantly? A. 50 g of solid copper B. 50 g of solid iron C. 50 g of liquid water<<My answer D. 50 g of sand

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  1. DLS
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    C) Highest speciic heat capacity

  2. Renee99
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    Thanks again! I have two more question to be checked, would u mind checking them if I post them individually?

  3. DLS
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    Cu=0.385 Fe=0.450 H2O=4.1813 Sand=0.835 You have the result

  4. Renee99
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    Wow, thanks!

  5. Renee99
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    nice to see it broken down like that :)

  6. DLS
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    yeah,thats clear

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