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The temperature of 2.00 Grams of Gold is raised by 11.7 degrees Celsius when 3.00 Joules of energy is supplied. Specific Heat Capacity?

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... of 2.00 Grams of Gold is raised by 11.7 degrees Celsius when 3.00 Joules of energy is supplied. Specific ... specific heat capacity × temperature ...
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... 2.00 Grams of Gold is raised by 11.7 degrees Celsius when 3.00 Joules of energy is supplied. Specific ... degrees Celsius absorbs 66 joules of heat, ...
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