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the element hydrogen has a highest specific heat of all the elements. At a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius, hydrogen’s specific heat is 1430000 J/kg *K. If the temperature of a .34 kg sample of hydrogen is to be raised by 25 K, how much energy will have to be added to the hydrogen.

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