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Posted by miley on Thursday, April 24, 2008 at 10:08am.

another calorimetry experiment is performed in which a 500. gram peice of gray metal at 67 degrees celsius is added to 493 grams of water. the water's temperature, originally at 17 degrees celsius, changes to 22 degrees celsius. What is the specific heat of the gray metal? I know that you use the formula q=m*c* delta T. but how do i do this problem

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