1. Science

    24. What does the thermal energy of an object depend upon? A. The temperature and arrangement of the particles in that object. B. The temperature, weight, and number of particles of that object. **** C. The heat of that object and the density of particles.

    asked by Kacy on December 13, 2018
  2. Science

    How are temperature and thermal energy related A) Temperature and thermal energy both measure the total kinetic energy in an object. B) Temperature is one factor that determines the thermal energy of an object C) Thermal energy is one factor that

    asked by trololololololololol on January 4, 2016
  3. chem please help drbob222

    Two objects A and B have the same mass and the same specific heat. Object A is heated from 30°C to 70°C and object B is cooled from 70°C to 30°C. How are the thermal energies of the two objects related after the temperature change has occurred? A. The

    asked by Morgan on November 22, 2014
  4. Physics

    True or false? Are these correct? In a gas kept at a constant temperature, all molecules move with the same speed. FALSE. A hot object has more thermal energy than a similar cold object only because of greater kinetic energy. TRUE. 3. The thermal energy of

    asked by Damian on May 14, 2009
  5. Physics

    Object A has mass mA = 9 kg and initial momentum A,i = < 19, -7, 0 > kg · m/s, just before it strikes object B, which has mass mB = 12 kg. Just before the collision object B has initial momentum B,i = < 5, 6, 0 > kg · m/s. Consider a system consisting of

    asked by What does this even mean!? on November 21, 2010
  6. Physics: true or false

    1. In a gas kept at a constant temperature, all molecules move with the same speed. A. True B. False 2. A hot object has more thermal energy than a similar cold object only because of greater kinetic energy. A. True B. False 3. The thermal energy of the

    asked by sophie on April 3, 2009
  7. science

    Which of the following is true? Choose all that apply. a. When molecular kinetic energy transferred to a substance, the motion of the molecules in the substance increases. b. When molecular kinetic energy is transferred away from a substance, the

    asked by jai on April 12, 2016
  8. science

    Which of the following is true? Choose all that apply. a. When molecular kinetic energy transferred to a substance, the motion of the molecules in the substance increases. b. When molecular kinetic energy is transferred away from a substance, the

    asked by jai on April 12, 2016
  9. Science

    1. A(n)_____ is a material that permits the transfer of heat. A(n)____is a meterial that does not permit the flow of heat.* 1 point A: Insulator, Conductor B: Conductor, Electric Field C: Insulator, Electric Field D: Conductor, Insulator 2. The image below

    asked by Cardi B on March 20, 2019
  10. science

    Explain the relationship of the temperature of a substance during a change of state and the amount of thermal energy.Be sure to include information regarding change of state, absorption and realising of energy, and graph of thermal energy versus the

    asked by bah on September 6, 2007
  11. physics

    what is thermal equilibrim, and what is thermal energy? what are fluid molecules? does convectin involve the movement of matter in a circular manner only? thermal equilibrium: no net flow of heat in or out. thermal energy: The sum of all the interanal

    asked by minerva on January 29, 2007
  12. chemistry

    Which of the following measures thermal energy in an object? (Points : 4) temperature mass heat volume

    asked by melissa on April 9, 2012
  13. Physics

    How is it possible for a fabric (textile) to conduct the 3 modes of heat transfer (conduction, convection and radiation?) i've been searching for a possible experiment to investigate this but no luck Anything with a higher temperature than its surroundings

    asked by Pet on April 1, 2007
  14. Science

    A student is trying to identify the different forms of energy described in the following chart: Form of Energy Description Examples Energy A energy that travels in waves through space light radio waves Energy B energy that depends on the height of an

    asked by Ariel on November 11, 2015
  15. Science

    These are some more questions, they're not multiple answers they're S.A so the questions will be first and my answers will be on the bottom. 17. Describe the difference between thermal energy and temperature. Use the following words to help structure your

    asked by Annabelle Hartz on May 7, 2013
  16. Physical Science

    Can someone please check these answers for me? Write T for True or F for False for each statement: 1.Kinetic energy is the energy of motion - T 2.Kinetic energy doesn't depend on an object's direction. - T 3.When an object stops moving, its kinetic energy

    asked by mysterychicken on April 20, 2009
  17. Physics

    Thermal energy question A 40.0kg sample of concrete has 10% zinc impurity (by mass). If 6.0x10^4J of thermal energy is added to the sample, determine the change in temperature.

    asked by Sandara on January 2, 2014
  18. Science (energy)

    1. What similarities do nuclear energy and chemical energy share? Choose all that apply. A. Both are types of kinetic energy. B. Both are types of potential energy. [CORRECT!] C. Both involve magnetic energy. D. Both involve stored energy. [CORRECT!] 2. A

    asked by newbie on April 18, 2016
  19. Chemistry

    Heat is... a). a measure of temperature. b). a measure of the change in temperature. c). a measure of thermal energy. d). a measure of thermal energy transferred between two bodies at different temperature. Why?

    asked by Ayla on April 21, 2018
  20. science

    Thermal energy is different from temperature because thermal energy depends on the _____.

    asked by john on April 18, 2012
  21. Physics

    The Kelvin temperature of an object is T1 and the object radiates a certain amount of energy per second. The Kelvin temperature of the object is then increased to T2, and the object radiates 81 times as much energy per second as it radiated at the lower

    asked by Anonymous on August 21, 2015
  22. Thermodynamics

    400 g of water are emptied at 20 ° C in a vessel. The container is placed at Fire of a flame that gives it a certain amount of thermal energy of So that it takes 5 minutes for the water to reach a temperature of 90 ° C. If the vessel does not absorb

    asked by Nathalie on June 13, 2017
  23. Physics

    Overall 80 % of the energy used by the body must be eliminated as excess thermal energy and needs to be dissipated. The mechanisms of elimination are radiation, evaporation of sweat (2430 kJ/kg), evaporation from the lungs (38 kJ/h), conduction, and

    asked by Vico on December 3, 2009
  24. physics

    True/False A hot object has more thermal energy than a similar cold object only because of greater kinetic energy. answer:true

    asked by Jon on April 3, 2008
  25. physics repost

    True/False A hot object has more thermal energy than a similar cold object only because of greater kinetic energy. answer:true

    asked by Jon on April 4, 2008
  26. Astronomy

    Consider an object that emits thermal radiation at a peak wavelength of 12.2 nm. What is the temperature of this object?

    asked by Ryan on May 7, 2012
  27. Science

    Sarah heated two cubes of aluminum to 50 degrees celsius. Cube B has a volume of two cubic centimeters. If the cubes do not touch each other, which of these statements is true? A. Cube A has a higher temperature than cube B. B. Cube B has a higher

    asked by Sabrina on February 5, 2013
  28. Chemistry - Heat of Fusion of Ice

    Conclusion question(s) from a lab we did to find the heat of fusion of ice: Does the value obtained for the molar heat of fusion depend on the volume of water used? Does it depend on the mass of ice melted? Does it depend on the final temperature of the

    asked by J.M. on October 1, 2006
  29. Science

    Which option states the principle behind the law of conservation of mass and the law of conservation of energy? An object's energy and mass have a direct relationship with that object's temperature. An object's energy and mass have an indirect relationship

    asked by Sage on October 24, 2018
  30. Chemistry

    1. A bottle of juice at room temperature is placed in a bucket of ice inside a box. The box, bottle, and bucket of ice represent a closed system. Which of the following statements is true? (2.0 points) (Points : 2) Heat flows from the ice to the juice

    asked by jeje on March 14, 2011
  31. physcis

    Seals may cool themselves by using thermal windows, patches on their bodies with much higher than average surface temperature. Suppose a seal has a 0.030 m^2 thermal window at a temperature of 30 degree C. If the seal’s surroundings are a frosty -10

    asked by Kidda on April 6, 2010
  32. Physical sciences

    1 term question 1 if object a exerts a force on onject b,object b exerts an equal force on object a,but in the opposite direction 2 waves in which the particles vibrate in a direction perpendicular to the direction in which the wave energy is propagated 3

    asked by Given on March 8, 2013
  33. Physical sciences

    1 term question 1 if object a exerts a force on onject b,object b exerts an equal force on object a,but in the opposite direction waves in which the particles vibrate in a direction perpendicular to the direction in which the wave energy is propagated 3

    asked by Given on March 8, 2013
  34. Physical sciences

    1 term question 1 if object a exerts a force on onject b,object b exerts an equal force on object a,but in the opposite direction 2 waves in which the particles vibrate in a direction perpendicular to the direction in which the wave energy is propagated 3

    asked by Given on March 8, 2013
  35. Physical sciences

    1 term question 1 if object a exerts a force on onject b,object b exerts an equal force on object a,but in the opposite direction waves in which the particles vibrate in a direction perpendicular to the direction in which the wave energy is propagated 3

    asked by Given on March 8, 2013
  36. chemistry

    The heat capacity of object B is twice that of object A. Initially A is at 300 K and B is at 450 K. They are placed in thermal contact and the combination is isolated. The final temperature of both objects is:

    asked by matt on June 22, 2009
  37. science

    how should each form of energy be identified? A) energy A:gravitational energy /energy B:chemical energy B) energy A: nuclear energy/ energy B: electrical energy C) energy A: electromagnetic energy energy B:sound energy D) energy A: mechanical energy

    asked by kakashi hatake please help on February 8, 2017
  38. ap chemistry

    a battery operated tool, such as a cordless drill, converts... a.) electrostatic energy to chemical potential energy b.) mechanical energy to thermal energy c.) thermal energy to mechanical energy d.) thermal energy to chemical potential energy e.)

    asked by Sarah on September 24, 2010
  39. science

    Describe how the kinetic energy of the molecules affects an object's total thermal energy.

    asked by Jenny on December 18, 2016
  40. phys

    The heat capacity of object B is twice that of object A. Initially A is at 300 K and B is at 450 K. They are placed in thermal contact and the combination is isolated. The final temperature of both objects is: ans is 400 K how?

    asked by jay on July 7, 2014
  41. science(check answers)

    can someone check my answer thanks ! 2.The ability to do work or cause change is called A.velocity. B.energy.(I PICK B.) C.transfer. D.friction. 3.Which type of energy is demonstrated by a person jogging? A.electrical energy B.nuclear energy

    asked by matt on March 5, 2014
  42. chemistry

    Hey, I'm struggling a bit with this thermal energy question: One major cost in the brewing history is the cost of energy used in running a plant. Much of the heating plant is accomplished by the cooling and or condensing of steam. When 50.0 mg of griest is

    asked by Yana on March 21, 2015
  43. Physics

    For the situation: "A moving crate slides to a halt on a rough surface" Does temperature increase, decrease, or not change? Are work and heat positive, negative, or zero? Does thermal energy increase, decrease, or not change? My answer key says temperature

    asked by Courtney on November 16, 2014
  44. physics

    Good chocolate is designed to melt at 34°C. A chocolate bar, originally frozen to a temp of -115°C, has its thermal energy doubled. Will it melt? It's not like temperature, so if thermal energy is doubled that means heat is being added & therefore likely

    asked by Kayla on June 18, 2017
  45. Science

    1. What term refers to an energy transfer that causes a change in tempeture? Assume that you have just taken a pan of cooies out of the oven and set them on he counter to cool. 2. What term refers to the aveage kinetic energy of the particles of one of the

    asked by honorsclass on January 11, 2009
  46. Physics

    An automobile is brought to a stop by applying friction brakes to the wheels. The brakes get hot; their thermal energy is increased. The decrease in kinetic of the car is equal to the increase in thermal energy of the brakes. According to the first law of

    asked by Brandi on February 28, 2013
  47. HEAT

    A container holds a quantity of liquid nitrogen at a temperature of -200 degrees C. Explain how each of the following could be used to warm up the nitrogen. a)ice cubes b)hot water bath c)bubbling room air through the liquid All these substances contain a

    asked by Sydney on December 8, 2010
  48. HEAT

    A container holds a quantity of liquid nitrogen at a temperature of -200 degrees C. Explain how each of the following could be used to warm up the nitrogen. a)ice cubes b)hot water bath c)bubbling room air through the liquid All these substances contain a

    asked by Sydney on December 7, 2010
  49. Physics

    The temperature in an electric oven is 165°C. The temperature at the outer surface in the kitchen is 55°C. The oven (surface area = 1.6 m2) is insulated with material that has a thickness of 0.023 m and a thermal conductivity of 0.045 J/(sm°C). a) How

    asked by papito Urgent help needed on April 18, 2007
  50. physics

    A sphere of radius 0.500 m, temperature 25.7°C, and emissivity 0.915 is isolated in an environment of temperature 77.0°C. At what rate does the sphere emit thermal radiation? At what rate does the sphere absorb thermal radiation? What is the sphere's net

    asked by Caleb on April 22, 2016
  51. science

    an object was placed into a container of water. the arrow shows that thermal energy is flowing from the water to the object. what is a valid conclusion

    asked by Anonymous on February 4, 2015
  52. science 8th grade

    1. The thermal energy of an object is _____. (1 point) its potential energy its average kinetic energy its potential energy minus its kinetic energy its kinetic energy plus its potential energy Thanks, jessica :)

    asked by jessie on April 9, 2013
  53. chem

    Which statement is wrong? 1. Adding the same amount of heat to two different objects will produce the same increase in temperature. 2. When the same amount of heat produces different changes in temperature in two substances of the same mass, we say that

    asked by luke on April 25, 2012
  54. physic problem-thermoregulation

    During a dry day, a 70.0 kg athlete runs a marathon while the outside temperature is T2 = 33.2 ¢XC. The thermal power produced by the athlete's body is P = 1.05 ¡Ñ 103 W and the skin temperature is T3 = 35.5 ¢XC so that the themal exchange due to

    asked by Hannah on May 1, 2010
  55. College Physics

    Electronics and inhabitants of the International Space Station generate a significant amount of thermal energy that the station must get rid of. The only way that the station can exhaust thermal energy is by radiation, which it does using thin, 2.2

    asked by Set5 on October 8, 2011
  56. Chemistry grade 12

    Molar Heat of Fusion of Ice Experiment. Does the Temperature of a component of a system [cup of warm water from experiemtn] depend on the quanity of matter in the sample? two different ways to increase the temperature of a pan of cold water??? Does the

    asked by Vincent on January 8, 2009
  57. Physics

    A fossil-fuel power plant that generates 1000MW of electrical power discharges 1600MJ per second as waste heat into the river. A)At what rate(in MW) is thermal energy obtained fromt the burning of coal? B)What is the thermal efficiency(power output/heat

    asked by Devon on May 4, 2011
  58. physics

    What does it mean to say the Coulomb Force is a conservative force? This is what I have compiled, but I still feel like I'm missing something. A conservative force is one in which energy cannot be created nor destroyed, and with the property that the work

    asked by Coty on July 23, 2012
  59. scientist

    Solar cells convert what type of energy into electrical energy? chemical electromagnetic nuclear thermal Can someone please help I believe thermal

    asked by kevin on April 9, 2012
  60. Physics

    A wall is made of a substance whose thermal conductivity is .93 J / (m sec Celsius). What is the outside temperature of the wall if its thickness is 30 cm and its cross-sectional area 73 m^2, and if thermal energy flows through the wall at a rate of 30

    asked by Plaster on April 6, 2010
  61. Science Check answer

    Key: ☺ = My Answer! 1. The thermal energy of an object is _____. its potential energy its average kinetic energy ☺ its potential energy minus its kinetic energy its kinetic energy plus its potential energy 2. A device that can be used both for cooling

    asked by Jman on April 12, 2013
  62. science

    Turn an incandescent lamp on and off quickly while you are standing near it. You feel its thermal energy but find when you touch the bulb that it is not hot. why you felt thermal energy from it.

    asked by Ashton on January 30, 2008
  63. one more question

    how would you describe change in a arrangement of particles as heat energy and temperature increases. here is my answer: temperature increase makes particles move faster and spread a part Please edit

    asked by bellas mom on October 22, 2007
  64. Specific heat

    When 1500 joules of energy is lost from 0.12kg object the temperature decreases from 45 to 40 What is the specific heat of this object ? Of what material is the object made?

    asked by Alex on April 20, 2011
  65. Physical Science [repost]

    Can someone please check if my answers for these questions are correct? Thanks! 1.Explain in terms of force and distance how using a ramp to load boxes into a truck makes work easier. (Ans-) Less force is applied but the distance is longer. 2.A ball

    asked by mysterychicken on May 3, 2009
  66. SCIENCE PLZZ HELP

    Which 6 are energy from sunlight?? nuclear energy,geothermal energy,tidal energy,fusion energy,wind,hydroelectric energy,solar energy,biomass,fossil fuels,ocean thermal,energy conversion

    asked by Jason on November 14, 2011
  67. Science

    Which 6 are energy from sunlight?? nuclear energy,geothermal energy,tidal energy,fusion energy,wind,hydroelectric energy,solar energy,biomass,fossil fuels,ocean thermal,energy conversion

    asked by Jason on November 14, 2011
  68. Chemistry

    Somebody please help me. A friend of mine is trying to figure this out and I don't know how to help her because I haven't learned this. A student heats a 15.0 gram metallic sphere of unknown composition to a temperature of 98°C. The sphere is transferred

    asked by Anonymous on October 9, 2017
  69. Physical Science

    Good afternoon. Can someone please check if my answers for these questions are correct? Thanks! 1.Explain in terms of force and distance how using a ramp to load boxes into a truck makes work easier. (Ans-) Less force is applied but the distance is longer.

    asked by mysterychicken on May 3, 2009
  70. physics

    A glass windowpane in a home is 0.62 cm thick and has dimensions of 1.30 m × 2.22 m. On a certain day, the indoor temperature is 22°C and the outdoor temperature is 0°C. (Assume the thermal conductivity of the glass is 0.8 J/s · m · °C.) What is the

    asked by KEVIN on December 4, 2014
  71. physics

    A glass windowpane in a home is 0.62 cm thick and has dimensions of 1.30 m × 1.72 m. On a certain day, the indoor temperature is 26°C and the outdoor temperature is 0°C. (Assume the thermal conductivity of the glass is 0.8 J/s · m · °C.) (a) What is

    asked by kevin on April 6, 2012
  72. Ms, Sue help me in science

    1. As a sample of matter is cooled, which property of its particles increases? (1 point)average kinetic energy pressure buoyancy cohesive forces 2. Kinetic energy is the _____ of motion. (1 point)temperature energy heat state 3. Substances that have a low

    asked by NIKE on April 10, 2012
  73. Physics

    The sun outputs 1380 W/m^2 of energy at the earth's surface. A small rectangular las has the following dimensions: 1km wide, 1.4km long, and 300m deep A) Calculate the thermal energy added to the lake if exposed to 12h of direct sunlight. B) calculate the

    asked by Sandara on January 2, 2014
  74. Physics

    The temperature in an electric oven is 160°C. The temperature at the outer surface in the kitchen is 50°C. The oven ( surface area = 1.6 m2) is insulated with material that has a thickness of 0.02 m and a thermal conductivity of 0.045 J/s.m.C°. (a) How

    asked by Maryo on March 24, 2010
  75. Physics

    Does the composition of an object affect the final temperature of in objects. This is in terms of thermal equilibrium.

    asked by Janey on June 30, 2011
  76. science

    1. As a sample of matter is cooled, which property of its particles increases? (1 point)average kinetic energy pressure buoyancy cohesive forces 2. Kinetic energy is the _____ of motion. (1 point)temperature energy heat state 3. Substances that have a low

    asked by NIKE on April 10, 2012
  77. Physics

    In a closed system where kinetic, potential, and thermal energy are changing, the kinetic energy decreases by 54 J, and the thermal energy increases by 13 J. What is the change in the potential energy?

    asked by Adi on February 26, 2018
  78. 7th grade Science help

    1. _______ is energy that flows from an object with a higher temperature to an object with a lower temperature. (1 point) Heat Radiation Potential Chemical 2. The transfer of energy that occurs when molecules bump into one another is called _____. (1

    asked by Delilah on September 26, 2012
  79. chemistry

    Examine the scenario. Chemical Reaction A and Chemical Reaction B involve the same two reactants. Chemical Reaction A is performed in a hot container, while Chemical Reaction B is performed in a cold container. Which of the answer choices correctly

    asked by PLEASE help on September 5, 2017
  80. Physics

    A certain mass of water at the top of Niagara Falls has a temperature of +10.0 degrees Celsius. It falls a distance of 50m. Assuming that all its potential energy is converted into thermal energy, calculate the temperature of the mass of water at the

    asked by Josée on December 14, 2015
  81. Physics multiple choice questions

    1. Which of the following energy transformations best describes the operation of a solar powered battery charger? (a) electrical energy --> thermal energy --> kinetic energy (b) nuclear energy --> potential energy --> chemical energy (c) thermal energy -->

    asked by Jessica on April 8, 2014
  82. Physics multiple choice questions

    1. Which of the following energy transformations best describes the operation of a solar powered battery charger? (a) electrical energy --> thermal energy --> kinetic energy (b) nuclear energy --> potential energy --> chemical energy (c) thermal energy -->

    asked by Jessica on April 7, 2014
  83. Chemistry - Heat of Fusion of Ice

    I need help with these questions since the lab report needs to be completed like...NOW >_< We were supposed to experimentally determine the heat of fusion of ice and compare it to the accepted value as listed in your reference table.Please help me: Does

    asked by Bleep - Bloop on November 23, 2014
  84. Physics

    I am stuck on this question and not really sure what to do for it. I think that i can use this equation Q/dt=e*sigma*A*T^4 for it, but i'm not getting the right answer for it. Is this not the right equation? Question: Electronics and inhabitants of the

    asked by Eliz on April 5, 2011
  85. Chemistry

    i don't understand this paragraph, can anyone explain it to me? If a large amount of energy is needed to remove an electron from an atom, the arrangement of electrons in that atom is considered to be especially stable. Thus, a high first ionization energy

    asked by johnny on March 5, 2008
  86. Chemistry

    I don't understand this paragraph, can anyone explain it to me? If a large amount of energy is needed to remove an electron from an atom, the arrangement of electrons in that atom is considered to be especially stable. Thus, a high first ionization energy

    asked by johnny on March 5, 2008
  87. Physics/Science

    At what point in the swing of a pendulum is the maximum amount of the ball's motion transferred to the object it hits? What does this "kinetic energy" depend on?

    asked by Linda! on November 27, 2011
  88. physics

    If four containers, 10ml to 50ml,have the same temperature, which has the greatest thermal energy?

    asked by Anonymous on February 17, 2011
  89. science

    How does the temperature of 33.0 g of graphite change when it absorbs 350 J of thermal energy?

    asked by Mary on November 10, 2014
  90. physics

    If a burning log is a black object with a surface area of 0.35 m2 and a temperature of 800 ˚C, how much power does it emit as thermal radiation?

    asked by ann on April 12, 2011
  91. physics

    If a burning log is a black object with a surface area of 0.35 m2 and a temperature of 800 ¢ªC, how much power does it emit as thermal radiation?

    asked by olga on April 21, 2011
  92. LECTRICAL ENGINEERING

    WHAT IS THE FORMULAR FOR CALCULATING THERMAL ENERGY WHEN GIVEN CURRENT,VOLTAGE,TIME,TEMPERATURE

    asked by LUCAS on March 6, 2014
  93. Science

    During the process of photosynthesis, solar energy is converted into: a. chemical energy. b. heat energy. c. thermal energy. d. mechanical energy. e. nuclear energy. a

    asked by Dave on February 26, 2007
  94. physics 2

    An Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) power plant built in Hawaii in 1987 was de- signed to operate between the temperature limits of 86 F at the ocean surface and 41 F at a depth of 2100 ft. About 13 300 gallons per minute (gpm) of cold seawater was

    asked by Ehab on April 15, 2016
  95. Chem please help

    An object with high thermal energy will also have which of the following? A. Low internal energy B. High kinetic energy C. High potential energy D. Low kinetic energy I have no idea

    asked by Morgan on November 17, 2014
  96. Chemistry: Thermal Energy

    Hi! I have a quiz tomorrow and there are a couple of things that I am confused about: -Why does heat cause convection currents in gases and liquids, but not solids? -How can one object feel warmer than another object if they are at the same temperature?

    asked by Cicilia on March 1, 2012
  97. Thermal Physics

    Two cars collide head on while each is travelling at 80 km/hr. Suppose all of their kinetic energy is transformed into thermal energy. What is the temperature increase of each car? [You may assume that the specific heat capacity of each car is that of

    asked by Francesca on May 20, 2011
  98. Electric currents and magnetic fields

    Within a material, what results in the conversion of an electron's energy to thermal energy and electromagnetical energy? The electron moving makes an magnetic field, if it changes, there will be an electric field with the magnetic field. Thermal energy is

    asked by Kalee on December 14, 2006
  99. physics

    An oven is plugged into a 120 V electrical outlet and "cooks" the food by using a 144 ohm resistor light bulb that converts electrical energy to both light and heat energy. If the light bulb converts 75% of the electrical energy to thermal energy, and the

    asked by maddy on May 30, 2013
  100. Science

    Determine the final temperature when 100 g of water absorbs 1000 J of thermal energy, given that the initial temperature of the water is 20.0°C. The theoretical specific heat capacity of water is 4.19 J/g·°C. Show your work below.

    asked by Desirae on May 22, 2015