Heat of Fusion and Heat of Vaporization

Heat of Fusion and Heat of Vaporization

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- Question 130 secondsQ. When water is heated from 10°C to 15°C What is the change in temperature?answer choices
- Question 2300 secondsQ. When a piece of aluminum foil is taken out of the oven and cools from 100°C to 50°C.

What is the change in temperature?answer choices - Question 330 secondsQ. When a baked potato at 10 °C is heated to 180 °C in the oven its temperature change isanswer choices
- Question 430 secondsQ. If I have 2 blocks of Aluminium (one of 1kg and one of 10 kg) and heat them up.

Which one heats up the fastest.answer choices - Question 530 secondsQ. If I heat up 2 pans of water one has 100 mL in it and one has 1000mL. Which one heats up the fastest?answer choices
- Question 6300 secondsQ. How much energy is required to heat up 12kg of copper from 10 °C to 120 °C. The specific heat capacity is 390 J/kg °C.answer choices
- Question 7900 secondsQ. How many Joules of energy are required to make 100 grams of ice at 0
^{ο}C completely melt? The specific latent heat of fusion of ice is 334000 J/kganswer choices - Question 860 secondsQ. Calculate the amount of energy required to melt 35.0 grams of ice.

(not in sig figs) H_{f}= 80.0 cal/g, H_{v}= 560.0 cal/g, S_{H}= 1.00 cal/g ºCanswer choices - Question 960 secondsQ. How many calories are required to boil 75 grams of water?

(not in sig figs) H_{f}= 80.0 cal/g, H_{v}= 560.0 cal/g, S_{H}= 1.00 cal/g ºCanswer choices - Question 1030 secondsQ. If a 8.50g ice cube at -10
^{o}C sits out on the counter, completely melts, and then warms to room temperature (25^{o}C) how much energy did the ice cube absorb? Use C = 2.108 J/g^{o}C for ice, C = 4.184 J/g^{o}C for water, and H_{f}= 334 J/g.answer choices - Question 1130 secondsQ. How much energy is required to completely boil away 150g of 10
^{o}C water? Use C = 4.184 J/g^{o}C for water, and H_{v}= 2260 J/g.answer choices

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