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A metal weighing 38.0 grams and having a specific heat of 0.375J/g degrees C, is heated to 99.8 degrees C. When this heated metal is transferred into a coffee cup calorimeter containing x grams of water at 17.5 degrees C, the final temperature of the combined system is found to be 22.3 degrees C. Determine the value of "x". Specific heat of water=4.184 J/(g degrees C)

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Let Object one has mass m1, temperature t1 and specific heat capacity c1, object two has mass m2, temperature t2and specific heat capacity c2.


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