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Calculate the final temperature of a 475.0-gram block of iron, initially at 18.0 °C, which has 2.25 grams of water condense onto it. Assume a constant Hvap for water

of 44.0 kJ·mol–1. The specific heat of iron is 0.449 J·g–1·°C–1.

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