Calculations for raising temperature in specific amount of time

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thepok
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Hi,

I am trying to calculate the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of a
rubber sphere by 20 degree's Celcius within 10 seconds. The rubber sphere will be
heated via radiation in a closed system.

I have calculated the specific heat capactity, by using the formula

q = m x Cg x (Tf - Ti)

However, it does not tell me how long it will take for the sphere to reach
the desired temperature.

Disclaimer : I am not a student and this is not a homework question.

Regards,
--pok
 

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thepok
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Apologies for the bump, but is anybody able to give me any kind of direction as to how I can go about solving my problem?
 

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