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Homework Help: chemistry

Posted by eng on Wednesday, February 17, 2010 at 11:47pm.

1) Calculate the specific heat capacity (J/g oC) of iron, if a 803 g sample lost 937.4 J of heat energy in going from an initial temperature of 5.50 oC to a final temperature of 2.90 oC.

2)Calculate the final temperature (oC) of a 243 g sample of water originally at a temperature of 84.6 oC that lost 73640 J of heat energy.

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