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The specific heat capacity of a material is 1200 J/(kg°C). The temperature of 3.0 kg of this solid material is raised by 6.0°C. Ignoring the work that corresponds to the small change in the volume of the material, determine the change in the internal energy of the material.


Wouldn't it be mcdeltat

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