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The calorimeter is commonly made up of Copper as the specific heat capacity of copper is low and hence it will absorb a small amount of heat before reaching Thermal Equilibrium. A calorimeter is a device used to measure the quantity of heat transferred to or from an object. Cu is highly malleable and hence very thin box of small mass can be made. Copper is a good conductor of heat.

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