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Assume all temperatures to be exactTo determine the specific heat of a new metal alloy, 0.180 

.

kg

 of the substance is heated to 440 ∘C

 and then placed in a 0.150-kg

 aluminum calorimeter cup containing 0.430 kg

 of water at 18∘C

If the final temperature of the mixture is 42.5∘C,what is the specific heat of the alloy? (Ignore the calorimeter stirrer and thermometer.)

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Assume all temperatures to be exact . To determine the specific heat of a new metal alloy, 0.180 kg of the substance is heated to 440 C and then
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