Application of heat capacity 2

Suppose \(61.0\) g hot metal, which is initially at \(120.0\) °C, is plunged into \(100.0\) g water that is initially at \(20.00\) °C. The metal cools down and the water heats up until they reach a common temperature of \(26.39\)°C. Calculate the specific heat capacity of the metal, using \(4.18\) J K\(^{-1}\) g\(^{-1}\) as the specific heat capacity of the water.

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