Hello, everyone. 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Now, I recently did an experiment in school to determine the Specific Heat Capacity of rubber using a calorimeter. We're using the mixing method to figure it out. The mass of the calorimeter, rubber and water was measured. And the S.H.C is already known for the water and calorimeter. The temperatures are as follows: Temp. of cold water = 26°C Temp. of hot object = 95°C Temp. of mixture = 32°C 2. Relevant equations Mo co θo = Mc cc θc + Mw cw θw 0 = object c = calorimeter w = water 3. The attempt at a solution The problem I'm having is finding the temp. change. This is what I did. To find the temp. change of the rubber = 26 + 32 = 58. And from that 95 - 58 = 37. To find the temp. change of the calorimeter = 95 - 32 = 63. To find the temp. change of the water = 95 - 26. I'd like to know if this is accurate because, when I do the calculations I get a really weird figure for the S.H.C of the rubber.