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Posted by **Anonymous** on Monday, September 10, 2012 at 10:55am.

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**DrBob222**, Monday, September 10, 2012 at 3:05pmWhy not choose a convenient temperature gain (say 1 degree C) and a convenient mass (say 1 g) and calculate the heat required to raise the T by that amount?

q = mass x specific heat x delta T

q = 1 x 0.031 x 1 and

q = 1 x 0.057 x 1.

Which requires more heat to raise 1 g of the metal 1 C? So the OTHER one will heat up faster.

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