What is the specific heat for the steel wire?
What is the specific heat for the lead pellets?
The specific heat of a substance is the amount of heat required to the raise the temperature of a unit mass of substance by 1°C.
This physical quantity is usually determined in the laboratory. It is an intensive property of substances and a constant for pure samples of material.
Specific heat for the steel wire 0.82J/g°C
specific heat for the steel wire 0.47J/g°C
specific heat for the lead pellets 0.25J/g°C