25 °Celsius.
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Chemistry answer: 127 J/(kg K) (joules per kilogram kelvin difference) (value
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Specific heat is multiplied by mass and temperature change to get total heat energy. E = cp*m*∆T; or cp = E/(m*∆T) The result will be in joules/gºC.
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The specific heat equation can be written as. This equation tells you the amount of heat needed (dQ) to raise the temperature of some sample of material by a temperature dT. The factor
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