Specific heat capacity

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What is the name of the variable that tells you how much heat energy is required to change the temperature of 1 kg of substance by 1^{\circ}C?

2

What are the units of specific heat capacity?

3

The specific heat capacity of water is 4180 J kg^{-1^{\circ}}C^{-1}.

How much heat energy is required to raise the temperature of 5 kg of water by 1^{\circ}C?

4

The specific heat capacity of lead is 128 J kg^{-1^{\circ}}C^{-1}

How much heat energy is required to raise the temperature of 10 kg of lead by 15^{\circ}C?

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The specific heat capacity of water is 4180 J kg^{-1^{\circ}}C^{-1}.

If 877.8 kJof energy are added to a volume of water to raise its temperature from 20^{\circ}C to 50^{\circ}C, what mass of water has been heated?

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SubstanceSpecific heat capacity J\,kg^{-1}{^\circ}C^{-1}
Alcohol2350
Aluminium902
Copper386
Glass500
Glycerol2400
Ice2100
Lead128
Silica1033
Water4180

What 2 kg material has its temperature raised by 20^{\circ}C if it is given 41,320 J of energy?

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The specific heat capacity of water is 4180 J kg ^{-1^{\circ}}C^{-1}.

What is the final temperature of water if 10 kg starts at 20^{\circ}C and is given 1.672 \times 10^{6}J of energy?

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What is the name of the variable that tells you how much heat energy is required to change the state of 1 kg of a substance?

9

How much energy is required to change 1·8 kg of water at 100^{\circ}Cinto steam at 100^{\circ}C?