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The Final Temperature of Mixture Calculator will calculate the:

- Final temperature when two substances are mixed

**Final Temperature of Mixture Calculation Restrictions:** Both substances are assumed in the liquid state.

The final temperature of mixture is °C |

Final temperature of mixture calculations |
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T_{f} = m_{1} × c_{1} × T_{1} + m_{2} × c_{2} × T_{2}/m_{1} × c_{1} + m_{2} × c_{2}T _{f} = × × + × × / × + × T _{f} = /T _{f} = |

Final Temperature Of Mixture Calculator Input Values |

Mass of the hottest substance (m_{1}) kg |

Mass of the coldest substance (m_{2}) kg |

Specific heat capacity of the hottest substance (c_{1}) J/kg°C [Joules per kilogram times Celsius degree] |

Specific heat capacity of the coldest substance (c_{2}) J/kg°C [Joules per kilogram times Celsius degree] |

Initial temperature of the hottest substance (T_{1}) °C |

Initial temperature of the coldest substance (T_{2}) °C |

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T_{f} = *m*_{1} × c_{1} × T_{1} + m_{2} × c_{2} × T_{2}*/**m*_{1} × c_{1} + m_{2} × c_{2}

The final temperature of mixture formula derives from the heat transfer formula:

m_{1} × c_{1} × (T_{1} - T_{f}) = m_{2} × c_{2} × (T_{f} - T_{2} )

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