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a 57 g of copper is at 12 degrees celsius, if 1012 J of energy is added to the copper, what is the final temperature of the copper?

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    Add 1012/(C*M) to 12 degC

    C = specific heat of copper, 0.386 J/g*degC

    M = 57 g

    I get 12 + 46 = 58 deg C

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