= 4.186 J/g•°C
= 0.850 J/g•°C
Four 50.0-g samples of different colorless liquids are placed in beakers at Tinitial = 25.0°C. Each liquid is heated until 450.0 J of heat has been absorbed; Tfinal is shown on each beaker below. Rank the liquids in order of increasing specific heat capacity.
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