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A substance mass m is heated from temperature T = 0 to T = 40 K. The specific heat of the substance at low temperature varies as lemda* T^3 where lemda is a constant and T denotes the absolute temperature. The amount of heat required is answer is 64 * 10^4 * m * lemda [ m = mass] i need explanation.

A substance mass m is heated from temperature T = 0 to T = 40 K. The specific heat of the substance
at low temperature varies as lemda* T^3 where lemda is a constant and T denotes the absolute temperature. The amount of heat required is



answer is 64 * 10^4 * m * lemda [ m = mass] i need explanation.


 



Grade:11

1 Answers

Chetan Mandayam Nayakar
312 Points
10 years ago

amount of heat required= ∫(T=0 to T=40)m*lambda*T3*dT

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