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The specific heat capacity of copper is .092 calories per gram per degree c. How much heat is required to raise the temp of a 10 g piece of copper from 0 c to 100 c? how does this compare with the heat needed to raise the temp of the same mass of water through the same temp difference?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Q = mc delta t

    = (10 g) (0.092 cal/g C) (100 C - 0 C)

    = 92 cal

    This is smaller with the heat needed to raise the temperature of the same mass of waetr through the same temerature. The specific heat capacity of water is 1 cal/g C

    Q = mc delta t

    = (10 g)(1 cal/g c)(100 C - 0 C)

    = 1000 cal

  • 1 decade ago

    Heat required = m x s x t

    m=mass, s=specific heat of the substance

    t=temperature difference

    For Copper ,

    10 x .092 x 100 = 92 cal

    For water,

    10 x 1 x 100 = 1000 cal

    Copper / Water = 92 / 1000

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