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Posted by Sarah on Friday, September 24, 2010 at 7:06pm.

a cubic piece of uranium metal (specific eat capacity= .117 J/g degree celcius) at 200.0 degrees celcius is droped into 1.00 L of deuterium oxide ("heavy water", specific heat capacity=4.211 J/g degree celcius) at 25.5 degrees celcius. the final temperature of the uranium and deuterium oxide mixture is 28.5 degrees celcius. Given the densities of uranium (19.05 g/cm cubed) and deuterium oxide (1.11 g/mL), what is the edge length of the cube of uranium?

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