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If I had asubstance (k)and heated it fromTemperature1toTemperature2, forz seconds, is there any (simple) equation that would give me thetemperature (x)of this substance at the end? (knowing, of course, the substance'sspecific heat(C))

I found that:

Q(energy exchanged during the process)= C*(T2-T1)

thereby:

T2=Q/C + T1

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BUT TIME (z) is never mentionned

Does anyone know any equation that would include time (z)???

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# Equation measuring heat with temperature change, time and specific heat

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