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The specific heat capacity of Lead is 0.127J/degrees C*g. What is the molar heat capacity of Lead? What is the heat capacity of a lead cylinder that has a mass of 235000g?

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  1. 0.127 J/g*C x (molar mass Pb/1 mole Pb) = ??
    0.127 J/g*C x 235000 grams = ?? J/C

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