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marco26

  • one year ago

20 calories of heat are supplied to 1 gram of water. Calculate how much is the mass of water increased.

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  1. IrishBoy123
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    why has the mass increased?

  2. Michele_Laino
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    according to the Einstein's formula, the mass of water is increased by this quantity: \[\Large \Delta m = \frac{Q}{{{c^2}}}\] where \(Q\) is the amount of heat provided, and \(c\) is the light speed in vacuum. Please use \(Joule\) to measure \(Q\)

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