Science 10 Determine the experimental specific heat capacity of the copper and please show work?
Also if I did any of these wrong please correct me very much appreciated 😊
For (a) it was asking what the final temperature of the copper is and explain why i said it’s 33.5 c because the copper is placed inside the calorimeter cup with water.
(B) determine the temperature change of the copper object
I put 33.5 c - 98.9 c = -65.4 c
(C) determine the temperature change of the water
I put 33.5 c - 22 c = 11.5 c
(D) if the specific heat capacity of water is 4.19 j/g•c, calculate the energy absorbed by the water
I did 63 x 11.5 x 4.19 = 3035.6 -> 3036
- Anonymous1 month ago
I would but I can't read that.