Answer to Question #37931 in Molecular Physics | Thermodynamics for EAR
A piece of lead [c = 128 J/(kg·C°)] is heated from 18.0 °C to 30.1 °C. The same amount of heat is added to a piece of copper [c = 387 J/(kg·C°)]. The mass and initial temperature of the copper are the same as for the lead. Determine the final temperature Tf of the copper.
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