Specific heat capacity

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  • Created on: 19-03-14 17:39

1. How much energy is needed to heat 2 kg of water from 10 C to 100 C? (You need 4200 J to warm 1 kg of water by 1 degree)

  • 755 000 J
  • 756 000 J
  • 600 000 J
  • 850 000 J
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2. What does the 'c' stand for?

  • Conduction
  • Specific heat capacity
  • Current
  • Convection

3. What is 'J' the symbol for?

  • Juoles
  • Jug
  • Joules
  • Jingle

4. What does specific heat capacity tell us?

  • How much energy something uses
  • How much energy something cannot store
  • How much energy something can store
  • The cost to run an electrical item

5. What does the 'E' stand for in the formula for specific heat capacity?

  • Energy
  • Energy transferred
  • Wasted energy
  • Energy radiated

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