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I have this equation: m 1 cT 1 = Cp(cal)T 2 + m 2 cT 2 I need to manipulate it so I can solve for Cp(cal). How do I rearrange the equation?

I have this equation:


m1c∆T1 = Cp(cal)∆T2 + m2c∆T2


I need to manipulate it so I can solve for Cp(cal).


How do I rearrange the equation?


This is my data:

m1 = 10 g

m2 = 10 g

T1 13.5 C

T2 = 5.0 C

c = 4.184 J g-1 C-1

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