What is the change in temperature, if a 70.0 gram sample of nickel absorbs 1756 J of energy? Nickel has a specific heat of 0.440 J/g °C.

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What is the change in temperature, if a 70.0 gram sample of nickel absorbs 1756 J of energy? Nickel has a specific heat of 0.440 J/g °C.

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Philomena 3 years 2021-07-23T18:57:14+00:00 1 Answers 31 views 0

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    2021-07-23T18:59:04+00:00

    Answer:

    \Delta T=57.01^{\circ} C

    Explanation:

    Given that,

    The mass of nickel, m = 70 g

    Energy absorbed, Q = 1756 J

    The specific heat of Nickel, c = 0.440 J/g °C

    We know that,

    The heat absorbed is given by :

    Q=mc\Delta T\\\\\Delta T=\dfrac{Q}{mc}\\\\\Delta T=\dfrac{1756}{70\times 0.44}\\\\=57.01^{\circ} C

    So, the change in temperature is equal to 57.01^{\circ} C.

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