For metals, specific heat x atomic weight = 1.6 x A.

What is the value of A?

Asked by anujanandre50 | 7th Jun, 2021, 08:45: PM

Expert Answer:

According to Dulong and Petit's law for metals, the relationship between the specific heat and atomic weight is Specific heat × atomic weight =6.4.
 
But according to the question, Specific heat × atomic weight =1.6×A.

Hence, 6.1.× A
 
6.4/1.6​ 

Answered by Ramandeep | 8th Jun, 2021, 12:38: PM

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