A 55.0-g aluminum block initially at 27.5 C absorbs 725 J of heat. What is the final temperature of the aluminum?
The final temperature of aluminum is 42.1 °C.
This means that the amount of energy produced is equal to the mass of the system multiplied by its change of temperature and multiplied by its specific heat.
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The final temperature is 42.1 °C.