1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A copper cube mass of 110g is heated to a temperature of 100 Celcius degrees and then rapidly transferred to a well insulated aluminium can of mass 80g containing 200g of water at 10 C degrees . If the final temperature of the cube and water ( after stirring ) is 14 C . ( c of water and al are 4.2 x 10^3 J/Kg/K and 9.1 x 10^2 J/Kg/K 2. Relevant equations Calculate the specific heat capacity of the copper . Assuming heat loss to the surrounding is negligible . 3. The attempt at a solution Heat supplied = heat loss . However i`m struggling with the change in temperature .