Problem: A piece of cobalt with a mass of 4.28 grams is heated to raise its temperature from 22.1°C to 225.7°C. (a) What quantity of heat (in joules) is absorbed by the cobalt? (b) Determine the molar heat capacity of cobalt.

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A piece of cobalt with a mass of 4.28 grams is heated to raise its temperature from 22.1°C to 225.7°C. 

(a) What quantity of heat (in joules) is absorbed by the cobalt? 

(b) Determine the molar heat capacity of cobalt.

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