Thus the quantity of heat energy absorbed to increase the temperature of a body depends on 3 factors.

Can you please mention & explain the factors.

Asked by raksha.aps | 22nd Nov, 2020, 04:17: PM

Expert Answer:

Absorbed heat energy = mass × Specific heat × Change in Temperature 
Hence three factors are (1) mass of the object , (2) Specific heat of material of the object and (3) Change in temperature
Specific heat is material specific property, which is amount of energy required for unit mass to increase temperature by unit temperature

Answered by Thiyagarajan K | 22nd Nov, 2020, 10:27: PM

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