45.90g sample of pure copper is heated in a test tube to 99.40 °C. the copper sample is then transferred to a calorimeter containing 61.04g of DI water. the specific heat of copper and water temp are 0.387 J/g*°C and 4.184 J/g*°C, respectively. Since the heat was transferred from copper to the water and calorimeter what is the heat capacity of the calorimeter in J/C. The water temp in calorimeter rises from 24.39 °C to 29.10 °C.