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Posted by marcus on Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 9:10pm.

A 94.7 g sample of silver (s= 0.237 J/(g x Degree C)), initially at 348.25 Degrees C , is added to an insulated vessel containing 143.6 g of water (s=4.18 J/(g x Degree C)), initially at 13.97 Degrees C. At equilibrium, the finial temperature of the metal-water mixture is 22.63 Degrees C. How much heat was absorbed by the water? The heat capacity of the vessel is 0.244 kJ/Degrees C.

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