Experiment with Gallium:
The goal of my experiment is to prove that the heat capacity of gallium is 0.37 J/gC by choosing masses and initial temperatures of both water and gallium. I'm solving for the final temperature using this equation: Mw Cw ΔT = Mg Cg ΔT, where M is mass, C is heat capacity, and ΔT is (final temperature - initial temperature). w refers to water and g refers to gallium.
I chose a cold temperature for water and a warmer temperature for gallium, both below the melting point of gallium, but each time the temperature of the mixture is cooler than the water temperature.

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It does, so it's odd that you'd measure that...

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