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A 100 g sample of an unknown liquid absorbs
2000 J of heat energy, raising the liquid’s
temperature from 50

C to 70

C .
What is the specific heat capacity of this
liquid? No phase change took place.

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    q = mass x specific heat x (Tfinal-Tinitial)

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    Buttcake 1

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    323232

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    i came on here to get the answer and its not here UGH

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    I don't know

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    Its 1J/g.C its not that hard lol

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