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Consider the following heats, copper: 0.384J/g degrees, glass:0.502J/g degrees, water: 4.18J/g degrees, and lead:0.159J/g. Which substance once warmed, would be more likely to maintain its heat and keep you warm through a long party on a cold night?

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