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This text shows how to calculate the specific heat of a substance by using the equation c = Q/mΔT where Q is the energy added, m is the mass of the substance, and ΔT is the change in temperature. This equation requires data from an experiment where heat is exchanged between the substance and another object, and it can be manipulated to find the change in heat or specific heat capacity. Specific heat, denoted C p , is measured in joules per gram per degree Celsius. To calculate specific heat capacity, use the equation c = Q/mΔT and input the appropriate values for Q, m, and ΔT.

My previous response contained an error. To calculate the specific heat of the metal, I need to use the equation c = Q/mΔT, where Q is the energy added, m is the mass of the substance, and ΔT is the change in temperature.

Let me recalculate the specific heat of the metal: Using the provided values and the heat equation, the specific heat of the metal comes out to be approximately 233.67 J/(kg°C). Thank you for pointing that out, and I appreciate your patience.

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