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posted by Opal .
When 14 grams of a sample cools from 59C
to 27.8C it loses 20.9 Joules of heat. What is
the specific heat of the sample?

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DrBob222
q = mass x specific heat x (TfinalTinitial)
Substitute and solve for sp. h.
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