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Posted by omar on Saturday, September 7, 2013 at 5:20am.

If the water had lost 12000 joules and the calorimeter gained 1300 joules as the temperature of both rock and calorimeter increased from 22C to 73C and the mass of rock in the calorimeter was 189 grams, what is the specific heat, c, of the rock material?

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