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# Specific Heat quiz

## Specific heat, the quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of one gram of a substance by one Celsius degree. The units of specific heat are usually calories or joules per gram per Celsius degree.

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D
C
B
A

## What is specific heat?

Heat from the sun.
The amount of heat needed to to raise the temperature at room temperature.
The amount of heat needed to raise the temperature of 1kg of some material.
The heat needed to restore room temperature.

Q=c+m
T=m+c xq
Q=cx m x t
T =mx

## The specific heat of water is ?

1 calorie/gram C=1.846joule/gram
1 calorie/gram C=4.186joule/gram
1 calorie/gram C=8.416joule/gram
1 calorie/gram=1.648joule

## What does the q stand for in the formula?

The heat lost
The heat that escapes from something
The heat absorbed or released
All of the above

## What does the c stand for in the formula?

The heat lost from the substance
The specific heat of the substance
The energy from the substance
None of the above

## What does the m stand for in the formula?

The volume of the sample in liters
The volume of the sample in millimeters
The mass of the sample in grams
The mass of the sample in kilograms.

## What law does specific heat relate to?

Einstein-Debye
Dulong and Petit

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