anonymous
  • anonymous
Calculate the specific heat of a substance X if it takes 150.00 joules to raise 10.000 g of a sample 20.000 Degrees C
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Mani_Jha
  • Mani_Jha
Do you know what is specific heat? Define it for me.
anonymous
  • anonymous
first of all,you should know what is specific heat: in simple, the heat required to change the temperature of a 1 Kg substance by 1deg C or 1kelvin.then this heat is known as specific heat(S) of that substance. since for 1kg.....................S joule heat therfore for0.01kg..............0.01*S joule heat now ,for raising 1 degC.........0.01*S joule heat " " 20 degC........20*0.01*S joul heat Hence 20*0.01*S=150 find S.....

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