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Posted by jawn on Monday, November 23, 2009 at 6:40pm.

Two metal rods -- one copper the other aluminum -- are connected in series, as shown in the figure below. Note that each rod is 0.525 m in length, and has a square cross section 1.25 cm on a side. The temperature at the copper end of the rods is 2.00C; the temperature at the aluminum end is 106C.


The average temperature of the two ends is 54.0C.

(b) Given that the heat flow through each of these rods in 1.00 s is 4.34 J, find the temperature at the copper-aluminum interface.

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