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anonymous
 4 years ago
1. in an experiment on specific heat the ff data were obtained. : mass of calorimeter 200g, specific heat capacity of calorimeter, 0.10 , mass of water 300g mass of aluminum shots 500 g, temperature of shots 99 degree celcius, room temp. 25 degree celcius. what should be the initial temp of the water in order that the final temp. will be as much above room temp as the initial temp of water below the room temp.?
anonymous
 4 years ago
1. in an experiment on specific heat the ff data were obtained. : mass of calorimeter 200g, specific heat capacity of calorimeter, 0.10 , mass of water 300g mass of aluminum shots 500 g, temperature of shots 99 degree celcius, room temp. 25 degree celcius. what should be the initial temp of the water in order that the final temp. will be as much above room temp as the initial temp of water below the room temp.?

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