Answer to Question #39742 in Molecular Physics | Thermodynamics for kierra
if we boil a load of aluminum beads in water until everything reaches the same temperature. We then use a wire mesh strainer to quickly transfer the balls to a calorimeter containing .2 kg of water at 20 degrees celsius. The final temperature is 60 degrees celsius. This is so the temperature drop of the aluminum exactly equals the temperature gain of the water. The mass of the aluminum beads is .944 kg. What is the specific heat of aluminum? c of water=4186 J/kg
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