# Question #c1ba9

Jan 19, 2018

0.1428 calorie $g {m}^{-} 1 {C}^{-} 1$

#### Explanation:

With in a minute heat energy supplied by the burner will be $\left(H\right)$ = $\left(20 \cdot 60\right)$ J or $1200$ J or $\left(\frac{1200}{4}\right)$ i.e $285.714$ Calorie

So,if the solid mass of $m$ increases it's temperature by $\theta$ due to this amount of heat energy,we can write,

$H = m s \theta$ (where s is its specific heat capacity)

Given. $m = 25$ gm and, $\theta = 80$

So,we get,s = 0.1428 CGS units