A calorimeter contains 125 g of water at 26. A block of metal with a mass of 25 g is heated to 96.5C and then placed in the water in the calorimeter….

A calorimeter contains 125 g of water at 26.1°C. A block of metal with a mass of 25 g is heated to 96.5°C and then placed in the water in the calorimeter. After sufficient time, the temperature of the water is measured and found to be 26.8°C. Calculate the heat capacity per gram of metal. Assume no heat is lost to the calorimeter or the surroundings.

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