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A 4.0 gram sample of iron was heated from 0 degrees celsius to 20 degrees celsius, and was found to have absorbed 35.2 Joules of heat. Calculate the specific heat of this piece of iron.

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  1. Q=mc∆t
    find c.

    http://www.ausetute.com.au/heatcapa.html

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  2. Formula for specific heat:q/(m * delta t)
    Input given data: 35.2 J/(4.0 g * 20 c)
    Solve: 0.44 J/(g*c)

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