# he specific heat of Aluminum is 0.9 J/g K. The specific heat of Copper is 0.39 J/g K. If samples of equal mass of both Aluminum and Copper are heated up to 100°C and then dropped in a cold water bath. Compare the heat lost by the two samples. A) There is not enough information to conclude anything. B) The copper loses a little more than twice the heat of the Aluminum. C) The Aluminum loses a little more than twice the heat of the Copper. D) The heat lost is the same because the temperature change is the same.

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