Posted by **Mikky** on Sunday, October 10, 2010 at 6:20pm.

If 100g of zinc (c=377J/kg degrees celcius) at 95 degrees celcius is dropped into 60g of water contained in a 100g calorimeter (c=419J/kg degrees celcius) at 20 degrees celcius, what will the final temperature be?

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