Question: A student doing an experiment pours 0 150 kg of heated
A student doing an experiment pours 0.150 kg of heated copper shot into a 0.375-kg aluminum calorimeter cup containing 0.200 kg of water. The cup and water are both initially at 25 oC. The mixture (and the cup) comes to thermal equilibrium at 28 oC. What was the initial temperature of the shot?
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