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February 14, 2016
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**Physics**

Find the heat necessary to change 2.5kg of water (ice) at -2 degrees C to steam at 105 degrees C. specific heat ice= 2060 specific heat water= 4180 specific heat steam= 2020 heat of fusion= 3.34X10^5 heat of vaporization= 2.26X10^6
*November 18, 2010 by Brittany*

**physics**

a 3.55 kg sample of an alloy is heated to 295 degree and plunged into an aluminium vessel containing 10.0L of water. the initial temperature of the vessel and water is 19 degree.the mass of the aluminium vessel is 2.1 kg and the specific heat of aluminium is 900 J kg-1K-1. if ...
*April 26, 2007 by Twinkle*

**Physics - Specific heat**

#1.) If 500 grams of a metal requires 70 calories of energy to raise its temperature by 10 Kelvin, what is its specific heat? #2.) How much heat is gained or lost when 200 grams of ice melts?
*October 28, 2010 by Heath*

**Physical Science**

A 5.00 kg block of ice at –25 oC is converted to steam at 125 oC. How much energy (in kilojoules) is expended in this process? The following data are provided: a. Specific heat of ice = 2.092 J/g oC b. Latent heat of fusion = 334.72 J/g c. Specific heat of water = 4.184 J/g oC...
*October 27, 2014 by Ashley*

**Physics**

A 100-g aluminum calorimeter contains a mixture of 40 g of ice and 200 g of water at equilibrium. A copper cylinder of mass 300 g is heated to 350 C and then dropped into the calorimeter. What is the final temperature of the calorimeter and its contents if no heat is lost to ...
*December 2, 2010 by Calvin*

**ocean county college**

A 150 g sample of metal at 55.0 C raises the temperature of 150 g of water from 23.0 C to 35.0 C. Determine the specific heat of the metal in J/g C. Hint: #1 First find heat absorbed by water using formula q = mass x specific heat x change in temp (of water). #2 Use this value...
*March 21, 2010 by adina*

**chemistry**

how much heat is required to completely vapporize 2.3 grams of ice starting at -50 degrees Celsius? (the specific heat of ice is 2.0 J/g.C; the specific heat of water is 4.184 J/g.C; the heat of fusion is 333 J/g; and the heat of vaporization is 22601 J/g)
*March 22, 2011 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A 40kg box of sweet cherries at 10 ° c cosisting of 30kg water and 10kg cherries is to be frozen at -30°c.Calculate the total amount of heat that needsto be removed from the cherries . The specific heat capacity of cherries is 3.43kj /kg°c. The specific ccapacity of water is ...
*November 9, 2014 by Aliya*

**physics**

A 40kg box of sweet cherries at 10 ° c cosisting of 30kg water and 10kg cherries is to be frozen at -30°c.Calculate the total amount of heat that needsto be removed from the cherries . The specific heat capacity of cherries is 3.43kj /kg°c. The specific ccapacity of water is 4...
*November 9, 2014 by please help!!!*

**Chemistry Help!**

calculate the specific heat of a metallic element if 314 joules of energy are needed to raise the teperature of a 50.0g sample from 25C to 50C. i'm not sure if you use the Q=(s)(m)(delta t) equation or not since it asks for the specific heat not the specific heat capacity.. i ...
*June 6, 2010 by Ashley*

**chemistry**

3. Based on your answer in question 2, determine the percent error of your calculated specific heat capacity value of your unknown metal using the specific heat capacities of known metals below. Metal Specific Heat Capacity Nickel 0.440 Tin 0.210 Silver 0.237 Magnesium 0.140 ...
*April 4, 2013 by lex*

**chemistry**

the heat of fusion water is335 J/g. The heat of evaporization of water is 2.26 kJ/g, the specific heat of ice is 2.05 J/Deg/g, the specific heat of steam is 2.08 J/deg/g and the specific heat of liquid water is 4.184 J/deg/g. How much heat would be needed to convert 12.09 g of...
*April 24, 2012 by Randy*

**physics**

How much heat must be removed from 456 g of water at 25.0°C to change it into ice at -10.0°C? The specific heat of ice is 2090 J/kg ∙ K, the latent heat of fusion of water is 33.5 × 104 J/kg, and the specific heat of water is 4186 J/kg ∙ K.
*January 25, 2015 by ej*

**physics**

135.2 J of heat energy are transferred to 24.75 g of mercury. By how much does the temperature increase? (in K) Specific heat of the mercury is 140 J/kg·°C. How much heat is needed to raise the temperature of 24.75 g of water by the same amount? Specific heat of the water is ...
*November 14, 2014 by sunshine*

**Physics**

I'm understanding most of this physics, but here is one last question I would appreciate help on. Thank you! Okay, so the question involves a figure. A link to the question and the picture with it is below can be found by googling the question along with Holt physics. The link...
*March 26, 2010 by Demi*

**Lauren**

The amount of heat required to raise temperature of 55.85 g of iron 1 degrees C is called its A. Change of energy B. Enthalpy C. Molar heat capacity D. Specific heat capacity E. Specific Heat.
*November 16, 2007 by Chemistry*

**Physics**

A 50.0 g silver spoon at 20.0 degrees Celsius is placed in a cup of coffee at 90.0 degrees C. How much heat does the spoon absorb from the coffee to reach a temp. of 89.0 degrees C? Rememeber this equation. It, or a slight modification of it, will work all of these heat ...
*November 21, 2006 by Erica*

**Chemistry**

A quantity of ice at 0.0 degrees C was added to 33.6 of water at 21.0 degree C to give water at 0.0 degrees C. How much ice was added? The heat of fusion of water is 6.01 kJ/mol and the specific heat is 4.18 J/(g * degrees C) q = mass x specific heat x delta T? q = mass x heat...
*February 4, 2008 by Lauren*

**chem**

The heat of combustion of bituminous coal is 2.50 × 104 J/g. What quantity of the coal is required to produce the energy to convert 137.7 pounds of ice at 0.00°C to steam at 100.°C? specific heat (ice) = 2.10 J/g°C specific heat (water) = 4.18 J/g°C heat of fusion = 333 J/g ...
*December 15, 2010 by Bogdanam*

**physic-heat**

please list all the formulas for calculating the specific heat of a substance please. thanks specific heat = (heat added)/[(mass)(delta T)] That is the equation that defines specific heat. It should be the only equation you need. "delta T" is the increase in temperature. For ...
*April 8, 2007 by Pauline*

**physical science**

How much heat is required to raise the temperature of a 10.0 kg of aluminum by 80 degrees Celsius? Look up the specific heat of aluminum. The units will be Calories/kg*degC or Joules/kg*degC. Multiply that number by the temperature change (80 C) and the mass (10.0 kg). See ...
*June 22, 2007 by jan*

** specific heat of Aluminom**

What is the specific heat of Aluminom if it takes 1100 calories to take the temp. from 10 degrees C to 80 degrees C and the block of Aluminon has a mass of 60 grams? q = massAl x specific heat x (Tf-Ti) q is 1100 calories Tf is final T Ti is initial T mass is 60g solve for ...
*December 19, 2006 by brandi*

**Physics**

Water with a mass of 1000kg leaves a hose at 20oC and is converted by the heat from the fire into steam at 300oC. List the steps needed in order to determine the amount of heat that is added to the water. For each step show the formula that must be used and replace the ...
*May 13, 2014 by Roller coaster Q-7*

**Physics**

Water with a mass of 1000kg leaves a hose at 20oC and is converted by the heat from the fire into steam at 300oC. List the steps needed in order to determine the amount of heat that is added to the water. For each step show the formula that must be used and replace the ...
*May 13, 2014 by Water Q-7*

**chem**

What would happen to the specific heat if some of the warm metal shot were lost during the transfer to the calorimeter? Answer a. It would not affect the calculated value of specific heat b. It would cause the calculated value of specific heat to be artificially high c. It ...
*October 24, 2010 by kellie*

**Physics -- HELP PLEASE**

. Water with a mass of 1000kg leaves a hose at 20oC and is converted by the heat from the fire into steam at 300oC. List the steps needed in order to determine the amount of heat that is added to the water. For each step show the formula that must be used and replace the ...
*May 13, 2014 by Anonymous*

**PHYSICS**

How much heat energy is required to change 40g of ice at -10K to water at 70K? [Specific heat of ice=2100J/KgK Specific heat of water 4200J/KgK]
*October 22, 2015 by HEJUMACLA*

**physics**

steam at 100 degree C is passed into a container of negligible heat capacity containing 20 g of ice and 100 g of water at 0 degree C, until the ice is completely melted. Determine the total mass of water in the container. ( specific latent heat=2•3×10^3, specific latent heat ...
*February 11, 2016 by Anita Iwu*

**Physics**

An ice chest at a beach party contains 12 cans of soda at 2.45 °C. Each can of soda has a mass of 0.35 kg and a specific heat capacity of 3800 J/(kg C°). Someone adds a 9.60-kg watermelon at 25.3 °C to the chest. The specific heat capacity of watermelon is nearly the same as ...
*May 5, 2013 by Tim*

**Physics**

An ice chest at a beach party contains 12 cans of soda at 4.16 °C. Each can of soda has a mass of 0.35 kg and a specific heat capacity of 3800 J/(kg C°). Someone adds a 8.48-kg watermelon at 25.7 °C to the chest. The specific heat capacity of watermelon is nearly the same as ...
*February 7, 2014 by Nicj*

**physics**

An ice chest at a beach party contains 12 cans of soda at 4.56 °C. Each can of soda has a mass of 0.35 kg and a specific heat capacity of 3800 J/(kg C°). Someone adds a 6.54-kg watermelon at 28.5 °C to the chest. The specific heat capacity of watermelon is nearly the same as ...
*June 14, 2015 by ashley*

**Physics **

A precious-stone dealer wishes to find the specific heat capacity of a 0.036-kg gemstone. The specimen is heated to 95.0°C and then placed in a 0.17-kg copper vessel that contains 0.086 kg of water at equilibrium at 25.0°C. The loss of heat to the external environment is ...
*January 18, 2010 by Jay*

**physics**

1. Assume that 10 g of steam is added to 100 g of water initially at 19°C. The water is inside an aluminum cup of mass 35 g. The cup is inside a perfectly insulating calorimetric container that prevents heat flow from the outside environment. Find the final temperature of the ...
*December 5, 2013 by bano*

**physics**

Assume that 10 g of steam is added to 100 g of water initially at 19°C. The water is inside an aluminum cup of mass 35 g. The cup is inside a perfectly insulating calorimetric container that prevents heat flow from the outside environment. Find the final temperature of the ...
*December 5, 2013 by bano*

**Physics**

An unknown substance is found to require a very large amount of heat energy to raise its temperature a single degree. Does it have a high specific heat capacity or a samall specific capacity? Explain
*March 3, 2012 by GRISSELL*

**physics**

lead is a soft, dense metal with a specific heat of 0.028 kcal/kg degrees C, a melting point of 328.0 degrees C and a heat of fusion of 5.5 kcal/kg. How much heat must be provided to melt a 250.0 kg sample of lead with a temperature of 20.0 degrees Celsius? q1 = heat to move ...
*November 21, 2006 by Erica*

**Biology**

What's high specific heat is mainly a consequence of the: A) high specific heat of oxygen and hydrogen atoms B) inability of water to dissipate heat into dry air D) absorption and release of heat when hydrogen bonds break and form E) fact that water is a poor heat conductor I ...
*October 18, 2007 by J*

**physics **

Calculate the energy required to vapourise 50g of water Initially at 80¡ãC if the specific heat capacity of water is 4.2 J/g.k. (specific latent heat of vapourisation of water is 2260 J/g)
*July 31, 2014 by Francis *

**Physics**

If 400 gm of aluminum are put into 200 gm of water at 20 C in 110 gr. calorimeter of specific heat .093, and the temp.or stable equilibrium is 28.8 C, what is the initial temperature of the aluminum? specific heat of aluminum is .22..
*December 5, 2012 by Lambo*

**Chemistry**

106 g of iron at 84.0°C are placed in contact with 205 g of silver at 11.0°C. If no heat is lost to the surroundings, what is the final temperature of the metals? The specific heat of iron is 0.418 J/g·°C and that of silver is 0.251 J/g·°C. 92.0 g of a metal at 92.0°C are ...
*April 25, 2011 by Becky*

**PHYSICS**

An ice chest at a beach party contains 12 cans of soda at 2.69 °C. Each can of soda has a mass of 0.35 kg and a specific heat capacity of 3800 J/(kg C°). Someone adds a 6.05-kg watermelon at 24.1 °C to the chest. The specific heat capacity of watermelon is nearly the same as ...
*May 13, 2015 by KS*

**Phase Changes**

The heat of fusion of water is 335 J/g, the heat of vaporization of water is 2.26 kJ/g, the specifc heat of ice is 2.05 J/deg/g, the specific heat of steam is 2.08 J/deg/g and the specific heat of liquid water is 4.184 J/deg/g. How much heat would be needed to convert 10.73 g ...
*May 8, 2013 by Jenny*

**Chem **

The specific heat of water is 4.184 J/g degree C, and the specific heat of iron is 0.451 J/g degree C, which will reach a higher temperature when exposed to a given amount of heat?
*October 2, 2012 by Alz*

**Chemistry Help!**

the specific heat capacity of gold is .13 J/g°C. Calculate the specific heat capacity of gold in cal/g°C. Calculate the specific heat capacity of gold in J/mol°C. Calculate the amount of energy required in joules to heat 2.5 kg of water from 18.5°C to 55.0°C I think for these ...
*May 31, 2010 by Sheena*

**Chemistry**

the specific heat capacity of gold is .13 J/g°C. Calculate the specific heat capacity of gold in cal/g°C. Calculate the specific heat capacity of gold in J/mol°C. Calculate the amount of energy required in joules to heat 2.5 kg of water from 18.5°C to 55.0°C I think for these ...
*May 31, 2010 by Sheena*

**Chemistry 106 ch 11**

Calculate the heat released when 73.5 g of steam at 122.0 C is converted to water at 39.0C. Assume that the specific heat of water is 4.184 J/g C, the specific heat of steam is 1.99 J/g C, and change in heat vap =40.79 kJ/mol for water.
*February 15, 2014 by alex*

**physics/chem**

what is the relationship between density and specific heat capacity? and why? i thought when density increase specific heat increase but it says that it is inversely proportional. thank you
*December 1, 2010 by lizzy*

**Physics**

How much energy is required to change a 58 g ice cube from ice at −1◦C to steam at 101◦C? The specific heat of ice is 2090 J/kg ·◦ C and of water 4186 J/kg ·◦ C. The latent heat of fusion of water is 3.33 × 105 J/kg, its latent heat of ...
*January 30, 2013 by Tiffany *

**Physics**

A 100 kg steam boiler is made of steel and contains 200 kg of water at 5.00°C. How much heat is required to raise the temperature of both the boiler and water to 100°C? The specific heat of Steel is 0.115kcal/kg°C. The specific heat of Water is 1.00kcal/kg°C
*April 2, 2012 by Madison*

**Chemistry**

Calculate the heat released when 64.5g of steam at 119 C is converted to water at 36 C. Assume the specific heat is 4.184 J/g*C for water, the specific heat of steam is 1.99J/g*C, and the heat of vaporization is 40.79 kJ/mol for water.
*June 17, 2011 by Sydney*

**Physics **

How much ice at 0 degrees celsius can be melted with 1kg of steam at 100 degrees celsius, assuming no loss of energy to the surroundings? Use specific latent heat values. The specific heat of water is 4200 J kg-1 K-1
*June 26, 2013 by Mariya*

**Chem (Specific Heat)**

I am confused as to how to solve this problem. Can someone please tell me the steps? I know SH = heat/ mass x change in temp. What is the specific heat of a metal if 7.74 × 103 J of energy is required to warm a 75.0 g sample of the metal from 10 °C to 125 °C? THanks -MC
*February 6, 2014 by mysterychicken*

**Chemistry**

How much energy (heat) is required to convert 248 g of water from 0oC to 154oC? Assume that the water begins as a liquid, that the specific heat of water is 4.184 J/g.oC over the entire liquid range, that the specific heat of steam is 1.99 J/g.oC, and the heat of vaporization ...
*September 16, 2008 by Jimmy*

**Chem**

How much energy (heat) is required to convert 248 g of water from 0oC to 154oC? Assume that the water begins as a liquid, that the specific heat of water is 4.184 J/g.oC over the entire liquid range, that the specific heat of steam is 1.99 J/g.oC, and the heat of vaporization ...
*February 4, 2012 by Dan *

**physics**

A copper calorimeter of mass ()g contains 380g of a liquid at 12degrees Celsius. A 20W heater is used for 3 minutes to raise the temperature of the liquid and calorimeter to 17 degrees Celsius. The calorimeter has a specific heat capacity of 400 J/K kg a.Calculate the heat ...
*March 22, 2012 by Matteo*

**physics**

A snake is sunning itself on a rock. (a) If the snake is 0.3 m long, what is the approximate amount of radiation it absorbs from the sun in 10 minutes? (b) If no heat flows out of the snake via conduction or by evaporative cooling, how much does its temperature increase during...
*April 12, 2011 by Sandhya*

**Physics**

A 0.4 kilogram sample of Aluminum at 115 degrees Celsius is put into a container containing 0.5 kilograms of water at 15 degrees Celsius. Neglecting the small amount of energy absorbed by the container and knowing that the specific heat of Aluminum is 900 kJ/kg*C, and the ...
*July 17, 2014 by Anna*

**Chemistry**

CFCs, or chlorofluorocarbons,were once used as refrigerants, but were banned due to their role in the depletion of ozone in our upper atmosphere. The evaporation of CFCs can be used to drive the freezing of liquid water. Given the heat of vaporization for one such CFC is 289 J...
*November 11, 2012 by Anonymous*

**Chemistry**

Calculate the amount of heat, in kJ, needed to convert 30.0 g of ice at -5.2 oC to liquid water at 58 oC. Specific heat of ice = 2.10 J/(g oC); heat of fusion of ice = 334 J/g; Specific heat of water = 4.18 J/(g oC)
*July 21, 2015 by Mindy*

**Chemistry**

80.0 mL of water is initially at room temperature (22degrees C). A chilled steel rod at 2 degrees C is placed in the water. If the final temperature of the system is 21.2 degrees C, what is the mass of the steel bar? Specific heat of water = 4.18J/g(degreesC) Specific heat of ...
*October 22, 2010 by Ellen*

**Chemistry**

I've got the specific heat of a metal for three trials. t1= .186 j/gdegrees C t2= .178 j/gdegrees C t3=.128j/gdegrees C the mean of the specific heat is .164 j/gdegrees C we're supposed to find which metal it is from a "CRC" handbook. I've tried and can't find any metal with ...
*March 10, 2010 by Abdullah*

**Physics **

400 grams of a metal at 300 C is added to 100 grams of of water at 20 C. Assuming all the heat lost by the metal is gained by the water and that the final temperature or water and metal is 95 C, calculate the specific heat of the metal. Using grams and degrees C, the specific ...
*October 20, 2015 by Sammie*

**Physics**

In a container of negligible mass, 0.100 kg of steam at 110°C and atmospheric pressure is added to 1.00 kg of water at 20.0°C. (a) If no heat is lost to the surroundings, what is the final temperature of the system? (b) At the final temperature, how many kg of steam are there...
*November 25, 2015 by Margret*

**Physics**

what is the relationship between specific heat capacity and conduction? if an substance has a higher heat capacity is it a better heat conductor?
*March 26, 2009 by Chris*

**chemistry calorimetry**

how can i get the mass of a liquid when i'm given the heat enrgy that is added, and the specific heat of the liquid to which is added, plus the increase in temperature. q = mass x specific heat x (Tf - Ti) q is heat in Joules. mass in grams specific heat in J/g*C Tf = final T ...
*January 18, 2007 by claudia*

**Physics**

How much heat is required to convert solid ice with a mass of 875 g and at a temperature of -11.5 °C to liquid water at a temperature of 52.0 °C? (The specific heat of ice is cice = 2100 J/kgK, the specific heat of water is cwater = 4186.8 J/kgK, and the heat of fusion for ...
*April 18, 2015 by Karly*

**physics**

A flow calorimeter is used to measure the specific heat of a liquid. Heat is added at a known rate to a stream of the liquid as it passes through the calorimeter at a known rate. Then a measurement of the resulting temperature difference between the inflow and the outflow ...
*September 23, 2013 by Chip*

**Physics, almost have it!**

In a physics lab experiment, a student immersed 205 one-cent coins (each having a mass of 3.00 g *.003kg) in boiling water. After they reached thermal equilibrium, she quickly fished them out and dropped them into 0.244 kg of water at 20.0 C in an insulated container of ...
*December 4, 2007 by Tia*

**PHysics-almost complete!**

In a physics lab experiment, a student immersed 205 one-cent coins (each having a mass of 3.00 g *.003kg) in boiling water. After they reached thermal equilibrium, she quickly fished them out and dropped them into 0.244 kg of water at 20.0 C in an insulated container of ...
*December 4, 2007 by Tia*

**physics**

100 grams of a liquid with a temp of 70 degreess celcius and a specific heat of 4 J/K/gram is poured into an aluminum pan having a mass of 4000 grams and an initial temp of 20 degrees. with a specific heat capacity of 0.9. what is the final temp of teh liquid in the pan after ...
*August 4, 2014 by rolloo*

**Physics**

What rise in temperature occurs when 10g of steam at 100 degree celcius are passed into 400g of water at 10 degrees celcius taking the specific heat capacity of water to be 4.2J/gK and specific latent heat of vapourisation of steam to be 2268J/g
*January 16, 2011 by Sarah*

**science**

an aluminium container of mass 100g contains 200 g of ice at -20'c heat is added to the system at the rate of 100 cal/sec. what will be the final tmperature of the mixture after 4 min? given:specific heat of ice:0.5 cal/gm'c ,latent heat of fusion:80 cal/gm and specific heat ...
*March 17, 2011 by anu*

**Chemisty**

object a has a specific heat of 0.568 j/[(g)(°C)] and object B has a specific heat of 1.34 J/[(g)(°C)]. which o ject A or B will heat up faster and why Is is A because it is closer to 0?
*January 21, 2016 by Robin *

**specific heat**

How many joules of heat are needed to raise the temputure of 10.0 g of aliminum from 22 degree C to 55 degree C, if the specific heat of aluminum is 0.90J/g degree C?
*April 2, 2011 by Issis*

**Chemistry**

The specific heat for liquid ethanol is 2.46 J/(g•°C). When 210 g of ethanol is cooled from 50 °C to 5 °C, the surrounding 7.80 × 103 g of air absorbs the heat. The specific heat of air is 1.01J/(g•°C)
*December 3, 2013 by Iman*

**Chemistry**

Can someone please explain how to solve this problem. Thank you very much. A chunk of silver has a heat capacity of 42.8 J/degrees C. If the silver has a mass of 181 grams, calculate the specific heat of silver. Heat capacity is 42.8 J/C for 181 g. What you want is for 1 g. So...
*July 19, 2007 by Allyssa*

**Chemistry**

q = mass*specific heat water*(Tfinal-Tinitial) = ??. mass is 32.0 g Tfinal = 80.0 Tinitial = 25.0 You need to look up the specific heat of water and plug in the numbers. Solve for q. Post your work if you get stuck. so does q equal 1760 what are the units? q could be in ...
*July 19, 2007 by Allyssa*

**Chemistry**

What is the specific heat for calorimeter constant? What is the specific heat for KCl + H2O? thank-you.
*December 2, 2009 by Indah*

**physics**

A 0.250-kg aluminum bowl holding 0.800 kg of soup at 27.0°C is placed in a freezer. What is the final temperature if 430 kJ of energy is transferred from the bowl and soup? Assume the soup has the same thermal properties as that of water, the specific heat of the liquid soup ...
*April 21, 2014 by logan*

**physics**

At a fabrication plant, a hot metal forging has a mass of 74 kg and a specific heat capacity of 430 J/(kg·C°). To harden it, the forging is quenched by immersion in 710 kg of oil that has a temperature of 32°C and a specific heat capacity of 3000 J/(kg·C°). The final ...
*March 13, 2013 by Anna*

**Chemistry**

Can someone please explain how to do this problem? I am really confused. Thank you. 3. How much heat does 32.0 grams of water absorb when it is heated from 25.0 degrees Celsius to 80.0 degrees Celsius? q = mass*specific heat water*(Tfinal-Tinitial) = ??. mass is 32.0 g Tfinal...
*July 19, 2007 by Amy*

**ICP**

The question is: A 30g sample of metal with a specific heat of .34J/g is heated to 50C. 4.8KJ of energy was transferred. What is the initial temperature? I used: heat=(mass)(specific heat)(change in temp) So I did 4800J=(30)(.34)(50-x) 4800=(10.2)(50-x) 4800=510-10.2x 4290=10....
*March 1, 2010 by jp*

**Physics Can you help me get started**

A 24-g ice cube floats in 180 g of water in a 100-g copper cup; all are at a temperature of 0°C. A piece of lead at 92°C is dropped into the cup, and the final equilibrium temperature is 12°C. What is the mass of the lead? (The heat of fusion and specific heat of water are 3....
*November 26, 2012 by Amanda *

**IPC**

The specific heat of gold is 0.031 calories/gram°C and the specific heat of silver is 0.057 calories/gram°C. If equal amounts of each metal are exposed to equal heating, which will heat up faster? The answers are: 1) The silver will heat up almost twice as fast. 2) The gold ...
*October 13, 2010 by Katy*

**physics**

At a fabrication plant, a hot metal forging has a mass of 78.5 kg and a specific heat capacity of 426 J/(kg C°). To harden it, the forging is quenched by immersion in 788 kg of oil that has a temperature of 30.3 °C and a specific heat capacity of 2770 J/(kg C°). The final ...
*May 5, 2011 by shaknocka*

**physics**

At a fabrication plant, a hot metal forging has a mass of 66.8 kg and a specific heat capacity of 437 J/(kg C°). To harden it, the forging is quenched by immersion in 785 kg of oil that has a temperature of 25.0 °C and a specific heat capacity of 2770 J/(kg C°). The final ...
*April 28, 2012 by RC*

**Chemistry**

A cup of teat containing 400g of liquid at 20 degrees celsius was heated. If 58.5 kj of heat was absorbed by the tea, what would the final temperature be? Assume that the specific heat of the tea is the same as that of water (4.18). I am not sure how to start this problem. ...
*January 22, 2012 by Hannah*

**Chemistry**

Assume a piece of hot metal is added to a calorimeter containing 50mL of water at 22C. The amount of heat released by the metal was determined to be 1000J, and the equilibrium temperature in the calorimeter was 26C. Remembering that the specific heat of water is 4.18 J/gC, how...
*June 27, 2011 by Lance*

**Chemistry**

Assume a piece of hot metal is added to a calorimeter containing 50mL of water at 22C. The amount of heat released by the metal was determined to be 1000J, and the equilibrium temperature in the calorimeter was 26C. Remembering that the specific heat of water is 4.18 J/gC, how...
*June 27, 2011 by Lance*

**Physics**

A 10-kg piece of aluminum (which has a specific heat of 900 J/kg×°C) is warmed so that its temperature increases by 5.0 C°. How much heat was transferred into it?
*December 19, 2010 by JJ*

**Integrated Physics and Chemistry**

Insulating materials are rated by their.. A)specific heat B)heat index C)R-value D)temperature resistance
*April 21, 2011 by Ashley!!*

**Chemistry**

A 35g sample of Fe is dropped into 80g of water at 20 degrees Celsius. What is the final (equilibrium) temperature of the iron/water? This isn't really a chemistry problem. There will be no chemical reaction. It is a heat capacity (physics) problem. Use the specfic heats of ...
*March 19, 2007 by Michelle*

**physics**

calculate the amount of heat energy required to raise the temperature of a 5kg block of solid platinum from 0 degrees celsius to 25 degrees celsius. the specific heat of platinum is 133j/kg k. how much heat energy is required to raise 5kg of water by the same amount? the ...
*January 8, 2011 by charlie*

**physics**

If you wish to warm 110kg of water by 18 degrees C for your bath how much heat is required? Heat= mass*specificheat*TempChange Put the mass in kg, choose the specific heat constant in units of J/(kg-C), and use the 18C as the temp change.
*October 27, 2006 by Tonya*

**Advanced Chemistry**

A lead bullet with a mass of 8.50 g traveling at 4.80 x 102 m/s strikes a 2.00 kg block of wood and is embedded in it. Both the bullet and the block are initially at 25.0°C. Assume that no heat is lost to the surroundings and that all the kinetic energy of the bullet is ...
*December 6, 2011 by mickael*

**Science - Chemistry!!!**

A lead bullet with a mass of 8.50 g traveling at 4.80 x 102 m/s strikes a 2.00 kg block of wood and is embedded in it. Both the bullet and the block are initially at 25.0°C. Assume that no heat is lost to the surroundings and that all the kinetic energy of the bullet is ...
*October 23, 2012 by Lola*

**chemistry**

heat lost by metal + heat gained by water = 0 [mass metal x specific heat metal x (Tfinal-Tinitial)] + [mass water x specific heat water x (Tfinal-Tinitial)] = 0 Substitute and solve for specific heat metal.
*September 28, 2014 by korko*

**physics**

A combination of .403 kg of water at 45.1 C, .471 kg of aluminum at 41.1 C, and .307 kg of copper at 50.4 C is mixed in an insulated container and allowed to come to thermal equilibrium. Determine the final temperature of the mixture. Neglect any energy transfer to or from the...
*February 13, 2011 by brandon*

**Chemistry**

You want to determine the molar heat of solution of sodium chloride using a 10.0 g sample of NaCl(aq) and 50.0 mL of water in a coffee cup calorimeter. Which of the following equations would you use? Assume the specific heat of the solution is the same as the specific heat of ...
*July 14, 2011 by Neha*

**chemistry**

The specific heat of gold is 0.031 calories/gram°C and the specific heat of silver is 0.057 calories/gram°C. If equal amounts of each metal are exposed to equal heating, which will heat up faster?
*September 10, 2012 by Anonymous*