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in a vessel of 40 cm3 of water at 4 ° C is introduced aluminum over 80g to 8 º C. neglecting the effect of the vessel, calculate final temperature

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    "over 80g to 8º C" does not make sense.

    Do you mean ".. is introduced 80 g of aluminum 80g at 8 ºC" ?

    If so, equate the heat loss of the Al to the heat gain of the water, and solve for the unknown final T. You will need the specific heat of aluminum.

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