# Heat and the Temperature? [closed]

I have two chambers, one with oil and another with water. They are 1 kg each. When I supply an energy of 33600 J. Find the temperature that oil and water get heated to ?

Specific heat capacity of oil = 2100 Specific heat capacity of water = 4200

Both are heated from zero degree celsius.

Now I kept these two chambers separated by a conducting wall.

What will be the temperature of both the chambers now ? (Include the steps) And the energy each carry ?

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• What is the specific heat capacity of the oil? What are the starting temperatures of the two liquids? – user43617 Nov 3 '14 at 17:04
• What has the zeroth law to do with the rest of the question? – ACuriousMind Nov 3 '14 at 17:09
• @ACuriousMind I need answers with proper validity as zeroth law explains to us. – Vinayak Nov 3 '14 at 17:14
• I'm sorry, but I do not understand your response. Could you rephrase it? – ACuriousMind Nov 3 '14 at 17:23
• I couldnt find the mechanism of heat exchange between two different systems explained in the zeroth law. – Vinayak Nov 4 '14 at 15:35