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Answer to Question #52845 in Other Physics for car

Question #52845
One way to identify the composition of metal fragments found at the site of an explosion is to measure the specific heat of the fragments. suppose a
fragment is found to have a specific heat of 0.129 J/(g.°C). Would this information alone be enough to identify the metal in the fragment? Explain why or why not. If not, suggest a method for identifying the metal that would not require any additional equipment.
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