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Grade: 12

                        

the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of 100gm water from 20 degree celsius to 40 deghree celsius will be

the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of 100gm water from 20 degree celsius to 40 deghree celsius will be
 

one year ago

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Vikas TU
14136 Points
							
We use the heat equation. Q=mcΔT.
Where, m is the mass of water in kg, c is specific heat capacity in J∙kg−1°C−1 and ΔT the temperature difference.
In this case ,
Q=0.1×4180×(40–20)
= 8360 J, the amount of heat required to do that.
one year ago
Khimraj
3007 Points
							
𝑄=𝑚𝑐Δ𝑇 Where, m is the mass of water in kg, c is specific heat capacity in J•kg−1°C−1 and ΔT the temperature difference. Q=0.1×4180×(40–20) = 8360 J
one year ago
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