# What is the specific heat of a solid that requires 124 J of heat to raise the temperature of 95.5 g of the substance from 20.0 ÂºC to 25.0 ÂºC?

What is the specific heat of a solid that requires 124 J of heat to raise the temperature of 95.5 g of the substance from 20.0 ÂºC to 25.0 ÂºC?.

How many kilojoules of heat energy are required to raise the temperature of 400.0g of water from 18.0ÂºC to 25.0 ÂºC?

12 kJ
42 kJ
12000 kJ
30. KJ

Flag this Question Question 25 pts What is the specific heat of a solid that requires 124 J of heat to raise the temperature of 95.5 g of the substance from 20.0 ÂºC to 25.0 ÂºC?

2.6 J/gÂºC
0.26 J/gÂºC
5.9 Ã— 104 J/gÂºC
1.4 J/gÂºC

Flag this Question Question 35 pts A 400.0 g metal bar requires 6.446 kJ of energy to change its temperature from 18.0 ÂºC to 95.0 ÂºC. What is the specific heat of the metal?

0.895 J/gÂºC
2.09 Ã— 10-4 J/gÂºC
0.209 J/gÂºC
161 J/gÂºC

Flag this Question Question 45 pts A 25.0 g sample of magnesium at 22.0 ÂºC absorbs 356.3 J of heat. The temperature of the magnesium rises to 36.5 ÂºC. What is the specific heat of the magnesium?

0.983 J/gÂºC
0.444 J/gÂºC
0.648 J/gÂºC
0.390 J/gÂºC

Flag this Question Question 55 pts The specific heat of aluminum is 0.900 J/g ÂºC. How much energy is required to heat 45.0 g of aluminum from 20.0 ÂºC to 50.0 ÂºC?

2030 J
1220 J
810. J
2840 J