A substance requires 50.0J of heat to raise its temp by 6.00CIf the mass of the substance is 5.00gWhat is the specific heat of the substance?

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  • 2 months ago
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    You asked a number of questions that all involve the same basic equation:

    q = m c Delta T

    q is the heat energy gained or lost

    m is the mass

    c is the specific heat of the substance

    Delta T is the temperature change, equal to Tfinal - Tinitial

    One of your questions has been answered using this equation. In all cases, you are provided with all values except one. Plug in what you have and solve for the unknown quantity. You should be able to figure out how to do these.

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  • 2 months ago

    (50.0 J) / (5.00 g) / (6.00°C) = 1.67 J/g·°C

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