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Which substance in Table 5.2 undergoes the greatest temperature change when the
same mass of each substance absorbs the same quantity of heat?

Elements
Compounds
Specific Heat (J/g-K)
Substance
Specific Heat (J/g-K)
4.18
Substance
H20(1)
CH4(8)
CO2(8)
CACO3(s)
N2(8)
Al(s)
1.04
2.20
0.90
0.45
Fe(s)
0.84
0.14
0.82
Hg(1)
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Elements Compounds Specific Heat (J/g-K) Substance Specific Heat (J/g-K) 4.18 Substance H20(1) CH4(8) CO2(8) CACO3(s) N2(8) Al(s) 1.04 2.20 0.90 0.45 Fe(s) 0.84 0.14 0.82 Hg(1)

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