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How much heat needs to be added to 10 kg of copper in order for the copper to rise from 20°c to 50°c?

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Q = m*c*(T2 - T1)

Q is the transferred heat, M is the mass in grams, C is the specific heat capacity, and T2-T1 is the temperature change.

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mass x T change x Specic heat
22 lbs x 30 x .09
Approx. 59.4 BTU (Energy)

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