Posted by **Johna ** on Sunday, October 14, 2012 at 1:20pm.

jay heated 120mL of water that was 20 degrees celsius to 80 degrees celsius. a)how much did the temperature of water change?

b) how much heat did jay add to the water?

c) if jay used a liquid that was not water, the specific heat would not equal:(circle best answer) 0cal/g/celsius, 1cal/g/celsius, 2cal/g/celsius, or 10cal/g/celsius?

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