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Roughly how high could a 305 K copper ball lift itself if it could transform all of its thermal energy into work?

Copper has a specific heat of 386J/kg * K measured near room temperature (293 K) and atmospheric pressure.

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    mgh=m*specificheat(293-0)
    h= 386/9.8 * 293=11.5km

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