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Two solid bodies of equal mass m initially at T = 0 ° C are heated at a uniform and same rate under identical conditions.The temperature of the first object with latent heat L 1 and specific heat capacity in solid state C 1 changes according to graph 1 on the diagram. The temperature of the second object with latent heat L 2 and specific heat capacity in solid state C 2 changes according to graph 2 on the diagram. Based on what is shown on the graph, the latent heats L 1 and L 2 , and the specific heat capacities C 1 and C 2 in solid state obey which of the following relationship (a) L 1 > L 2 ; C 1 2 (b) L 1 2 ; C 1 2 (c) L 1 > L 2 ; C 1 > C 2 (d) L 1 2 ; C 1 > C 2

Two solid bodies of equal mass m initially at T = 0°C are heated at a uniform and same rate under identical conditions.The temperature of the first object with latent heat L1 and specific heat capacity in solid state C1 changes according to graph 1 on the diagram. The temperature of the second object with latent heat L2 and specific heat capacity in solid state C2 changes according to graph 2 on the diagram. Based on what is shown on the graph, the latent heats L1 and L2, and the specific heat capacities C1 and C2 in solid state obey which of the following relationship
(a)
L1 > L2 ; C1 2
(b)
L1 2 ; C1 2
(c)
L1 > L2 ; C1 > C2
(d)
L1 2 ; C1 > C2



 

Grade:12

1 Answers

Shobhit Varshney IIT Roorkee
askIITians Faculty 33 Points
6 years ago
Dear Student,

Please post the graph as well.

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