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A copper bowl and a silver bowl of equal mass were heated from 27 C to 100 C. Which required more heat? Expain. (C copper = 380 j/kg C; C silver =235 j/kg C

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    Look at the heat capacities. Copper has a greater heat capacity per degree.

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    copper

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