Water was poured into an aluminum pan and put on fire. What is more energy spent heating – water or an aluminum pan, if their masses are equal?
More energy is consumed to heat the water, because the specific heat capacity of water is greater than the specific heat capacity of aluminum, which means that more heat is required in order to heat a unit mass of water by 1 degree.
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