What is the specific heat of aluminum if the temperature of a 28.4 g sample of aluminum is increased by 8.1 c when 207 j of heat is added?

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What is the specific heat of aluminum if the temperature of a 28.4 g sample of aluminum is increased by 8.1 c when 207 j of heat is added?

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0.9J/g°C.

Explanation:

Specific heat of Aluminum is the amount of heat required to raise one gram of Aluminum by one degree Celsius.

The formular is Q=mc∆T

Where Q is energy in joules.

M is mass in gram.

C is specific heat.

∆T is change in temeprature in degree Celsius.

Mass=28.4g

C=?

T=8.1°c

Q=207j.

Q=MC∆T

207= 28.4× C× 8.1

207=230.04C

C=207÷230.04

C=0.9J/g°C.

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