Posted by **Olivia** on Monday, May 28, 2012 at 3:21pm.

A 15g sample of what appears to be gold that was heated from 22 degrees C to 39 degrees C, required 26.3 J of energy. If the specific heat of gold is .129 J/(g x degrees C), is the metal pure gold? Defend your answer with calculations.

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