A pinch of Physics is required!

You have a piece of aluminium whose mass is \(800\text{ g}\), and suppose it is heated up to \(1000^\circ\text{C}.\)

Now, given that you are cooling it down to \(150^\circ\text{C}\), calculate the amount of heat (in Joules) given out during the process of cooling.

Details and assumptions:

  • The specific heat capacity of aluminium is \(\text{C}_\text{Aluminum}=900 \text{ J}/\text{kg K}.\)
  • Ignore the heat energy lost to the atmosphere.

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