The answer to the previous question is: Since copper is a good conductor of heat and it has a low specific heat capacity, it conducts the heat energy and takes less amount of heat energy from its contents to acquire the temperature of its contents. Hence, it is used in making a calorimeter.
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Question of the Day: Name a reddish brown deliquescent salt.
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