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Does the insertion of aluminum rods into a beaker of water affect the time it takes for the temperature of the water to reach 75 degrees Celsius when heated?

I believe it would because there is more mass but I'm not sure and I don't know why (as in the law of equation to verify this.)

Could someone please tell me whether it would or not and how to prove it?

Thank you so much!!! :)

I would guess that the more mass of aluminum you put in the longer it will take to reach 75 degrees because of the amount of energy needed of something like that.. maybe the equation QΔ= M(TΔ)Cp <-- maybe

PLEASE HELP

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