mass of aluminium is 500 gm .how much amount of heat needs to supply in order to increase its temperature by 40 degree celcius
Asked by Leenatripathi20 | 10th Feb, 2020, 07:12: PM
Mass of Al m = 500 gm
ΔT = 40 °C
Specific heat capacity of Al = 0.9 J/g°C
Heat reaquired, Q = m × c × ΔT
= 500 × 0.9 × 40
= 18000 J
= 18 kJ
Answered by Varsha | 11th Feb, 2020, 01:02: PM
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