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A piece of copper alloy with a mass of 88.0 g is heated from 25.0◦C to 44.0◦C. In the process, it absorbs 504 J of energy as heat. What is the specific heat of this copper alloy? Answer in units of J/g · K Your answer must be within ± 1.0%

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  1. aaronq
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    use the calorimetry equation: q=m*Cp*dT q= heat, m = mass, Cp = specific heat capacity, dT= change in temperature do you know where to plug these values in?

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