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1.50 kg of liquid lead at 600.5K is combined with 9.75kg of solid aluminum at -110F in an insulated container. What is the final temperature?

Given the melting point of lead is 600.5K and its heat of fusion is 24.5*10^3 J/kg. Specific heat for lead is 130J/kg•K and aluminum is 910J/kg•K

Answer #1

The final temperature = 202.99 K

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