### Worksheet Introduction To Specific Heat Capacities

https://www.buckeyevalley.k12.oh.us/userfiles/35/Classes/400/Specific-Heat-Graph-Answers-0.pdf

**specific heat capacity**and metal has the lowest. 6. Here are the

**heat**capacities of the four substances: 0.10 cal/g °c, 0.25 cal/g °c, 1.0 cal/g °c, & 0.2 cal/g °c. Match & then labeleach substance with its

**specific heat capacity**on the graph. See graph above. 7.

### Specific Heat Practice Worksheet

https://www.houstonisd.org/cms/lib2/TX01001591/Centricity/Domain/12746/Specific%20Heat%20Practice%20Worksheet.pdf

**specific heat**of ethanol is 2.46 J/g ˚C. Find the

**heat**required to raise the temperature of 193 g of ethanol from 19˚C to 35˚C. 4. When a 120 g sample of aluminum (Al) absorbs 9612 J of energy, its temperature increases from 25˚C to 115˚C. Find the

**specific heat**of aluminum. 5. A 1.0 kg sample of metal with a

**specific heat**of 0.50 …

### Specific Heat Practice Problems Henry County Schools

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**Specific Heat**. Use the table below to

**answer**the following questions. Substance

**Specific Heat**(J/g•°C) water 4.179 aluminum 0.900 copper 0.385 iron 0.450 granite 0.790 When 3.0 kg of water is cooled from 80.0(C to 10.0(C, how much

**heat**energy is lost? How much

**heat**is needed to raise a 0.30 kg piece of aluminum from 30.(C to 150(C?

### Specific Heat Wksht20130116145212867

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**specific heat**capacity of iron. = ‘C ‘ Q 5) 2. How many joules of heat are neeaea Fo ratse the temperature of 10.0 g of aluminum from 220C to 550C, if the

**specific heat**of aluminum is 0.90 J/g0C? 3.

### ISD 622

https://www.isd622.org/cms/lib07/MN01001375/Centricity/Domain/166/specific%20heat%20problems%20answer%20key.pdf

**Calculate**the

**heat**capacity of a piece of wood if 1500.0 g of the wood absorbs 6.75×104 joules of

**heat,**and its

**temperature**changes from 320C to 57 oc cp. û5Dc 37500CP 100.0 of 40C water is heated until its

**temperature**is 370C. If the

**specific heat**of water is 4.18 J/ábc, calculate the amount of

**heat**needed to cause this rise in

**temperature.**

### Specific Heat And Heat Capacity Worksheet

https://www.npsd.k12.nj.us/cms/lib/NJ01001216/Centricity/Domain/472/Heat%20Capacity%20-%20Specific%20Heat%20Worksheet.pdf

**specific heat**of the aqueous mixture is 4.18 …

### Worksheet Calculations Involving Specific Heat

https://www.buckeyevalley.k12.oh.us/userfiles/35/Classes/400/Specific-Heat-KEY-0.pdf

**heat**(J) m = mass (grams) c =

**specific heat**(J/g°C) ΔT = change in temperature (°C) 2.

**Heat**is not the same as temperature, yet they are related. Explain how they differ from each other.

**Heat**is a combination of kinetic energy (measured by temperature) and potential energy. a. Perform calculations using: (q= m c Δ T) b.

### Latent Heat And Specific Heat Capacity Questions

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**heat**and

**Specific heat**capacity questions. 1. How much water at 50°C is needed to just melt 2.2 kg of ice at 0°C? 2. How much water at 32°C is needed to just melt 1.5 kg of ice at -10°C? 3. How much steam at 100° is needed to just melt 5 kg of ice at -15°C? 4. A copper cup holds some cold water at 4°C. The copper cup weighs 140g …

### Specific Heat Calculations Worksheet Key

https://www.boyertownasd.org/cms/lib/PA01916192/Centricity/Domain/639/specific%20heat%20calculations%20worksheet%20key.pdf

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### Enthalpy Work Sheet Mister Chemistry

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**Worksheet**5. Using data from the

**heat of formation table**above calculate the

**heat**of reaction for 2 + 6. Many cigarette lighters contain llquid butane, C4Hto. Using the

**heat**of fornation table above, calculate the quantity of

**heat**produced when 1.0 g of gaseous butane is completely combusted in air.