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HOW MANY CALORIES ARE REQUIRED TO HEAT OF EACH OF THE FOLLOWING FROM 15 DEGREE CELSIUS TO 65 DEGREE CELSIUS?
A. 30 G OF Aluminum
b. 20 g of platinum
c. 35 g of water

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    heat= mass*specificheatcapacity*(changetemp)

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