﻿ A175 g lump of molten lead at its melting point (327 c) is placed into 55.0 g of water at 20.0 c. the specific heat
, 21.06.2019 23:30, southerntouch103

# A175 g lump of molten lead at its melting point (327 c) is placed into 55.0 g of water at 20.0 c. the specific heat of lead is 130.j/kg c and the hf of lead is 20,400 j/kg. when the lead and the water have reached equilibrium, what is the temperature of the mixture?

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