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the specific heat capacity of solid copper metal is 0.385 j/g k. Calculate temperature rise of 100g bar of copper when 250J of heat is transferred into it?

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Steve
hmmm. seems to me like pretty straightforward. I don't have the formula handy, but to convert J to °K, I'd do
250J * 1g°K/0.385J / 100g = 6.49°K
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