5) A 125.0 g block of hot metal (T; = 80.5°C) is placed into a constant pressure calorimeter
containing 100.0 grams of water at 20.0°C in order to determine its heat capacity.
a. Identify the system and surroundings in this problem.
b. Assume the metal and water reach thermal equilibrium at 27.2°C. Determine the
specific heat capacity of the metal.
c. If substances are found, what is its likely identity? Explain your reasoning.