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xlr300 xlr300
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How much heat energy in Joules is required to heat 16.0 g of copper from 23.0 °C to 66.1 °C? Specific heat of Cu = 0.382 J/(g °C)
A) 263 J
B) 812 J
C) 450 J
D) 109 J

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