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a 225.0 gram sample of aluminum is heated and the temperature increased from 50.0 celsius to 65.0 celsius for temperature change of 15.0 celsius. how many calories of heat was absorbed to produce this temperature change?

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    q in calories = mass Al x specific heat Al x delta T.

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