# 'Heat specific heat' presentation slideshows

## Calculating Heat

Calculating Heat. Specific Heat. Amount of heat energy needed to raise the temp of 1 ml of a substance 1 °C For water the specific heat is 4.19 J/g °C, but it is differenct for different substances It takes 4.19 J to raise the temp of 1 g of water 1 °C

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## Thermochemistry

Thermochemistry. Chapter 5. First Law of Thermodynamics. states that energy is conserved Energy that is lost by a system must be gained by the surroundings or vice versa. Enthalpy (H). accounts for heat flow in chemical changes occurring at constant pressure. Enthalpy (H). State function:

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## Ch. 6: Energy and Thermochemistry

Ch. 6: Energy and Thermochemistry. Energy: Ability to do work. Kinetic Energy: due to motion, ½mv 2. Potential Energy: stored, due to position or composition. Thermal Energy: movement of molecules; related to temperature. Chemical Energy: positions of nuclei and electrons (bonds).

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## Heat

Heat. Heat is a form of Energy Transfer. Temperature. Temperature is defined as a measure of the average kinetic energy of the molecules. This is often called the internal energy of an object. 06-01 Temperature and Thermal Expansion. 06-01 Temperature and Thermal Expansion.

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## Heat and Specific Heat

Heat and Specific Heat. Heat can be thought of as a flow of energy due to a difference in temperatures. Heat always flows from a region of higher temperature to region of lower temperature. The joule (J) is the SI unit of energy (heat).

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## Heat & Specific Heat

Heat & Specific Heat. Mr. Shields Regents Chemisty U03 L04. 70 deg C. 30 deg C. Heat. Let’s now discuss something called HEAT and HEAT CAPACITY. Heat is the energy transferred between particles and the surroundings as a result of a temp. difference.

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## Heat capacity Specific heat

Heat capacity Specific heat. 1) What is the specific heat of a substance that absorbs 2.5 x 10 3 joules of heat when a sample      of  1.0 x 10 4 g of the substance increases in temperature from 10.0C to 70.0C?.

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## Specific Heat

Specific Heat. As a substance absorbs heat…it’s molecules begin moving faster and faster. Like density…Specific heat is another physical property of matter. All matter has a temperature associated with it.

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## Specific heat

Specific heat. Blue=olivine, green=MgO, orange=forsterite, black=Al2O3, brown=grossular, purple=pyrope, red=CaO. Thermal expansion. Blue=olivine, green=MgO, orange=forsterite, black=Al2O3, brown=grossular, purple=pyrope, red=CaO.

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## Specific Heat

Specific Heat. Thermal Properties of Food. SPECIFIC HEAT Specific heat is the amount of heat required to increase the temperature of a unit mass of the substance by unit degree. Therefore, its unit is J/kg K in the SI system.

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## Specific Heat

Specific Heat. Pre – Lab. Specific Heat. Different substances require different amounts of heat to change their temperature. In general the specific heat of a substance indicates how hard something is to heat up or cool down.

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## Specific Heat

Specific Heat. Thermodynamics Professor Lee Carkner Lecture 8. PAL # 7 Work. Net work of 3 process cycle of 0.15 kg of air in a piston Isothermal expansion at 350 C from 2 MPa to 500 kPa: isothermal work = PVln(V 2 /V 1 ) Get V from PV = mRT

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## Specific Heat

Specific Heat. of solids. main menu. definitions. methods of measurement. different contributions. phase transitions. relaxation method on PPMS. C p , C V, C p – C V entropy. critical phenomena. basics. more formulas. crystal lattice. self-heating effects. Schottky.

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