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A metal ring with a mass of 18.36 g undergoes a change in temperature of 26.37 oC. The energy change, or heat, required for this change in temperature is 1508 Joules.
What is the specific heat of the ring?

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q = mass x sp.h. x delta T.
Substitute and solve for sp.h.

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so

1508=18.36*26.37*x?

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Yes and solve for x.

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