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A 50.0g of copper (s = 0.377 J/g•ºC) initially at 75 ºC is submerged in 50.0mL of water (s = 4.184 J/g•ºC) at a temp. of 23ºC. find T final?

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  • A 50.0g of copper (s = 0.377 J/g•ºC) initially at 75 ºC is submerged in 50.0mL of water (s = 4.184 J/g•ºC) at a temp. of 23ºC. find T final?


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A 50.0g of copper (s = 0.377 J/g•ºC) initially at 75 ºC is submerged in 50.0mL of water (s = 4.184 J/g•ºC) at a temp. of 23ºC. find T final?
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Positive: 61 %
A 50.0g of copper (s = 0.377 J/g•ºC) initially at 75 ºC is submerged in 50.0mL of water (s = 4.184 J/g•ºC) at a temp. of 23ºC. find T final?
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Positive: 58 %

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