A Calorimeter of mass 50 grams and specific heat capacity 0.42 J/ g ℃ contains some mass of water at 20 ℃. A metal piece of mass 20 grams at 100℃ is dropped into the calorimeter. After stirring, the final temperature is found to be 22℃. Find the mass of water used in the calorimeter.
(Specific Heat capacity of metal piece: 0.3 J/g ℃
Specific Heat capacity of water: 4.2 J/g ℃)
Asked by om.chaudhari1673 | 23rd Jan, 2019, 04:37: PM
Solution is attached.
Answered by Ankit K | 24th Jan, 2019, 11:43: AM
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