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Thermal Properties of Matter

Learn Secondary Physics topics – Thermal Properties of Matter with us! Traverse the concepts of heat capacity, specific heat,  latent heat, and more. The resources in this page are intricately woven to enhance your Physics Lessons, equipping students with a diverse collection of comprehensive revision materials.

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Mastery Practices


a) Calculate the heat energy required to heat 4.0 kg of water from 30o°C to 40o°C. The specific heatcapacity of water is 4200 J kg¹ °C.

b) A block of copper of mass 30.0 kg is cooled from 70°C to 25°C. Calculate the heat energy released to the surroundings. Take c of copper as 380 J kg¹ °C.

c) The temperature of a substance is raised from 25°C to 120°C in an experiment. Determine the heat capacity if the heat energy supplied is 2500 J.

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