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A 500.0 g metal block absorbs 1.125 × 104 J of heat to raise its temperature by 50.0 K. What is the substance?

Specific Heats of Selected Substances
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Substance C [J/(kg•K)]
Water (ice-)2,060
Iron-450
Aluminum-897
Gold- 130
Copper- 385
Silver- 235
Ammonia (liquid)-4,700
Water (liquid)- 4,180
Water (steam)- 2,020

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