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A 79-g piece of iron metal at 54.0 °C is placed in 29 g of water at 26.0 °C.
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All the heat lost by the metal is used to heat the water, and the final temperature of the water and metal is 29.2 °C. What is the
specific heat, in J/g. C, of iron? (Assume that the specific heat of liquid water is 4.184 J/g.° C.)
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A 79-g piece of iron metal at 54.0 °C is placed in 29 g of water at 26.0 °C. Part A All the heat lost by the metal is used to heat the water, and the final temperature of the water and metal is 29.2 °C. What is the specific heat, in J/g. C, of iron? (Assume that the specific heat of liquid water is 4.184 J/g.° C.)

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