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Data

Balance temperature: 27ºC

Initial water temperature: 23ºC

Initial temperature of the metal part: 68ºC

Mass of the metal part: 193 grams

Mass of the empty calorimeter: 110 grams

Mass of the water inside the calorimeter: 250 grams

Specific heat of water: 4.19 J / gºC

Specific heat of the calorimeter (aluminum): 0.90 J / gºC

Experiment calculations

1- Calculate the heat gained by the water

2- Calculate the heat gained by the calorimeter

3- Calculate the specific heat of the metal part

4- Calculate the heat transferred by the metal piece

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