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Find the specific heat of indium , if any one mole absorbs 23 J , when the temperature elevates from 297.5 K to 299.5 K

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    q = mass In x specific heat In x (Tfinal-Tintial)
    q = 23J
    mass = atomic mass In
    solve for sp.h.

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