A metal with a specific heat of 0.900 J/g °C requires 1,040 J of heat to
raise the temperature (the change in temperature) by 5 °C. What is
the mass of the metal
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jsimpson11000 7 months ago
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Answer:

231.1 gm

Step-by-step explanation:

1040 J / .9 j/(gm-C)   / 5C = 231.1 gm

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ap8997154 5 months ago
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The mass of the metal is 231.111 gram.

What is specific heat?

The specific heat capacity of a substance is the heat capacity of a sample of the substance divided by its mass, also known as massic heat capacity.

The formula for heat is given by the formula,

Q = mC(ΔT)

Given the metal has a specific heat of 0.900 J/g °C requires 1,040 J of heat to raise the temperature (the change in temperature) by 5 °C. Therefore, we can write,

Q = mC(ΔT)

1,040 = m × 0.900 × 5

m = 1040/(0.900×5)

m = 231.111 g

Hence, the mass of the metal is 231.111 gram.

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