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183 g of water at 21°C is contained in a copper container of mass 347 g. An additional 124 g of water at 100°C is added. What is the final equilibrium temperature (in degrees C) if we treat the system's water and container as isolated? Use the heat capacity values from the this table. Specific heat capacity for copper is 387.

Answer #1

**Concept** - The heat gained by the copper and the
initial volume of water will be equal to the heat lost by the
volume of water which is added to the container. We use this to
find the required equilibrium temperature as shown below***********************************************************************************************

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