# Question

Initially at 20 oC, 0.50 kg of aluminum and 0.50 kg of iron are heated to 100 oC.

(a) The aluminum gains (1) more heat than the iron, (2) the same amount of heat as the iron, (3) less heat than the iron. Why?

(b) Calculate the difference in heat required to prove your answer to part (a).

(a) The aluminum gains (1) more heat than the iron, (2) the same amount of heat as the iron, (3) less heat than the iron. Why?

(b) Calculate the difference in heat required to prove your answer to part (a).

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