subject
Physics, 03.07.2019 19:20 yeroo860

Calculate the heat required to raise the temperature of 75.1 g of mercury from 31.7 °c to 53.8 °c. the specific heat capacity of mercury is 0.14 j/(g∙ °c).

ansver
Answers: 1

Another question on Physics

question
Physics, 22.06.2019 00:50
While goofing off at the ice skating rink, a student takes off her shoes and places each of them on the ice. her friend, a hockey player, then shoots a hockey puck at each shoe. the first puck immediately comes to rest after it collides with the left shoe. the second puck rebounds after it collides with the right shoe. if each hockey puck has the same incoming speed, which shoe has greater speed after the collision? the right shoe. both shoes have the same speed. the left shoe.
Answers: 3
question
Physics, 22.06.2019 05:30
What tightening torque should be used for a hexagonal head screw (not split-bolt) on a 250 kcmil conductor?
Answers: 3
question
Physics, 22.06.2019 09:00
What occurs during a combustion reaction
Answers: 3
question
Physics, 22.06.2019 14:00
Why is rain likely when warm, moisture-laden air meets cold air? a) the lighter warm air will rise and cool down, causing condensation and rain. b) the cold air moves faster and pushes the warm air away, causing condensation and rain. c) the moisture in the warm air condenses on contact with the cold air, causing rain to fall. d) the cold air mixes with the warm air, reducing its temperature causing moisture to condense.
Answers: 1
You know the right answer?
Calculate the heat required to raise the temperature of 75.1 g of mercury from 31.7 °c to 53.8 °c. t...
Questions
question
Mathematics, 22.03.2021 17:00
question
English, 22.03.2021 17:00
Questions on the website: 14428639