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Calculate the heat required (in kJ, up to 1 digit after the decimal point) to raise the temperature of 1 mole of a solid material from 100 $^{o}$C to 1000 $^{o}$C. The specific heat (C${_p}$) of the material (in J/mol-K) is expressed as C${_p}$ = 20 + 0.005T, where T is in K. Assume no phase change. $\_\_\_\_\_\_\_$
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