Posted by **rolloo** on Monday, August 4, 2014 at 3:33pm.

100 grams of a liquid with a temp of 70 degreess celcius and a specific heat of 4 J/K/gram is poured into an aluminum pan having a mass of 4000 grams and an initial temp of 20 degrees. with a specific heat capacity of 0.9. what is the final temp of the liquid in the pan after it reaches equilibrium. assume no heat is lost to the surroudnings.

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