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What would happen to the specific heat if some of the warm metal shot were lost during the transfer to the calorimeter?

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a. It would not affect the calculated value of specific heat

b. It would cause the calculated value of specific heat to be artificially high

c. It would cause the calculated value of specific heat to be artificially low

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