Just looking through some old papers and found a problem that I don't know how to solve.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Two identical 1.0-kilogram blocks of copper metal, one initially at a temp OC and the other initially at a temp of 100C are enclosed in a perfectly insulating container. The two blocks are initially separated. When the blocks are placed in contact, they come to equilibrium at a final temp of Tf. The amount of heat exchanged between the two blocks in this process is equal to which of the following? (the specific heat of copper metal is equal to 0.1 kilocalorie/kilogram K

I know that Spec. Heat=J/g.C, but other than that can someone give some general advice on how to solve this problem?

Thank you

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# Homework Help: Specific heat

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