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save this response. Given the following specific heats and that
each sample had the same mass, which would require the greatest
amount of heat energy to increase its temperature 50°C? a. water,
4.184 J/(g°C) b. ammonia, 4.70 J/(g°C) c. silver, 0.24 J/(g°C) d.
aluminum, 0.90 J/(g°C) e. All of the above require the same amount
of heat energy.

Answer

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