Physical Properties of Selected Elements Copper Silver Platinum Gold Palladium Property Melting point temperature Boiling point temperature 1064 °C 1768 °C 1085 °C 962 °C 1555 °C 2562 °C 2162 °C 2856 °C 2963 °C 3825°C 0.384 J/g.°C 0.235 J/g.°C 0.129 J/g C 0.240 J/g.°C 0.133 J/g.°C Specific heat of solid 0.490 J/g °C 0.280 J/g.°C 0.150 J/g °C 0.252 J/g.°C 0.140 J/g°C Specific heat of liquid 12.5 kJ/mol Enthalpy of fusion (AHfus) 13.1 kJ/mol 11.3 kJ/mol 16.7 kJ/mol 20.0 kJ/mol Enthalpy of vaporization (AHvap) 300. kJ/mol 330. kJ/mol 380. kJ/mol 255 kJ/mol 490. kJ/mol

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A 50.0 g sample of solid copper is heated from 25.0 o C to 2000.0 o C, melting it in the process. Using the table calculate the total heat absorbed by the metal.

answer: 53.1 kJ

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Physical Properties of Selected Elements
Copper
Silver
Platinum
Gold
Palladium
Property
Melting point temperature
Boiling point temperature
1064 °C
1768 °C
1085 °C
962 °C
1555 °C
2562 °C
2162 °C
2856 °C
2963 °C
3825°C
0.384 J/g.°C 0.235 J/g.°C 0.129 J/g C 0.240 J/g.°C 0.133 J/g.°C
Specific heat of solid
0.490 J/g °C 0.280 J/g.°C
0.150 J/g °C
0.252 J/g.°C 0.140 J/g°C
Specific heat of liquid
12.5 kJ/mol
Enthalpy of fusion (AHfus)
13.1 kJ/mol
11.3 kJ/mol
16.7 kJ/mol
20.0 kJ/mol
Enthalpy of vaporization (AHvap) 300. kJ/mol
330. kJ/mol
380. kJ/mol
255 kJ/mol
490. kJ/mol

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Physical Properties of Selected Elements Copper Silver Platinum Gold Palladium Property Melting point temperature Boiling point temperature 1064 °C 1768 °C 1085 °C 962 °C 1555 °C 2562 °C 2162 °C 2856 °C 2963 °C 3825°C 0.384 J/g.°C 0.235 J/g.°C 0.129 J/g C 0.240 J/g.°C 0.133 J/g.°C Specific heat of solid 0.490 J/g °C 0.280 J/g.°C 0.150 J/g °C 0.252 J/g.°C 0.140 J/g°C Specific heat of liquid 12.5 kJ/mol Enthalpy of fusion (AHfus) 13.1 kJ/mol 11.3 kJ/mol 16.7 kJ/mol 20.0 kJ/mol Enthalpy of vaporization (AHvap) 300. kJ/mol 330. kJ/mol 380. kJ/mol 255 kJ/mol 490. kJ/mol

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