The heat capacity of aluminum is 0.900J/g C How much energy in joules is needed to raise the temperature of an 85 gram block of aluminum from 22.8 C to 96.4 C?

The heat capacity of aluminum is 0.900J/g C How much energy in joules is needed to raise the temperature of an 85 gram block of aluminum from 22.8 C to 96.4 C?

Wien's constant b=2898

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