The relationship between heat, mass, specific heat, and temperature change can be expressed by the following equation: Part D- How much heat is released when 10.2 g of olive oil is cooled from 38.0°C to 25.0 °C. Heat = (Specific heat) x (Mass) x(Temp change) Symbolic Equation: q = C, x m x AT where AT =Tfnal-Tinttal ? When calculating heat using the equation above, the value for q can be defined for the system (4uystem) or the surroundings (4urroundings). The value for quystem is positive when the system absorbs heat. The value of aystem is negative when the system releases heat. Value Units When asked how much heat is absorbed or released for a process to occur, the quantity of heat will be a positive number. Request Answer Submit Specific Heat J/g°C_ 2.027 Substance Part E - How much heat is released when 10.2 g of water is cooled from 38.0°C to 25.0 °C. H,O (s) H,0 (I) H,0 (g) Aluminum (s) Iron (s) 4.184 2.015 HA ? 0.895 0.448 0.129 Value Units Gold (s) N, (g) Asphalt Glass 1.04 0.92 Request Answer Submit 0.840 0.88 Concrete Strawberries 3.89 Part F - Which of the samples released the greatest amount of heat upon cooling from 38.0°C to 25.0°C? Olive Oil 1.79 Please Choose v Submit Request Answer

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The relationship between heat, mass, specific heat, and temperature change can be expressed
by the following equation:
Part D- How much heat is released when 10.2 g of olive oil is cooled from 38.0°C to 25.0 °C.
Heat = (Specific heat) x (Mass) x(Temp change)
Symbolic Equation: q = C, x m x AT
where AT =Tfnal-Tinttal
?
When calculating heat using the equation above, the value for q can be defined for the system
(4uystem) or the surroundings (4urroundings). The value for quystem is positive when the system
absorbs heat. The value of aystem is negative when the system releases heat.
Value
Units
When asked how much heat is absorbed or released for a process to occur, the quantity of heat
will be a positive number.
Request Answer
Submit
Specific Heat
J/g°C_
2.027
Substance
Part E - How much heat is released when 10.2 g of water is cooled from 38.0°C to 25.0 °C.
H,O (s)
H,0 (I)
H,0 (g)
Aluminum (s)
Iron (s)
4.184
2.015
HA
?
0.895
0.448
0.129
Value
Units
Gold (s)
N, (g)
Asphalt
Glass
1.04
0.92
Request Answer
Submit
0.840
0.88
Concrete
Strawberries
3.89
Part F - Which of the samples released the greatest amount of heat upon cooling from 38.0°C to 25.0°C?
Olive Oil
1.79
Please Choose v
Submit
Request Answer
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The relationship between heat, mass, specific heat, and temperature change can be expressed by the following equation: Part D- How much heat is released when 10.2 g of olive oil is cooled from 38.0°C to 25.0 °C. Heat = (Specific heat) x (Mass) x(Temp change) Symbolic Equation: q = C, x m x AT where AT =Tfnal-Tinttal ? When calculating heat using the equation above, the value for q can be defined for the system (4uystem) or the surroundings (4urroundings). The value for quystem is positive when the system absorbs heat. The value of aystem is negative when the system releases heat. Value Units When asked how much heat is absorbed or released for a process to occur, the quantity of heat will be a positive number. Request Answer Submit Specific Heat J/g°C_ 2.027 Substance Part E - How much heat is released when 10.2 g of water is cooled from 38.0°C to 25.0 °C. H,O (s) H,0 (I) H,0 (g) Aluminum (s) Iron (s) 4.184 2.015 HA ? 0.895 0.448 0.129 Value Units Gold (s) N, (g) Asphalt Glass 1.04 0.92 Request Answer Submit 0.840 0.88 Concrete Strawberries 3.89 Part F - Which of the samples released the greatest amount of heat upon cooling from 38.0°C to 25.0°C? Olive Oil 1.79 Please Choose v Submit Request Answer

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