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Finding maximum temperature of water when aluminum is dropped in

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A piece of aluminum with a mass of 234 grams is heated to a temperature of 231 degrees Celcius and then is dropped into 123 mL of 21 degrees celcius water. If no energy is lost to the surroundings, what will be the maximum temperature reached by the water?

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A piece of aluminum with a mass of 234 grams is heated to a temperature of 231 degrees Celcius and then is dropped into 123 mL of 21 degrees celcius water. If no energy is lost to the surroundings, ...

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