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1. ### 物理 --物態的改變

Heat required to raise the temperature of 1 kg water from 0'C to 100'C = 1 x 4200 x...

2. ### PHY（功率）急～～

Heat needed to raise the temperature of 5 kg of water from 25'C to 100'C = 5 x 4200...

3. ### Heat (quick)

Mass of water = 320 L * 1kg L^-1 = 320kg Energy to raise 320 L from 20deg.C to 40deg.C = 4200 J kg^-1 C^-1 * 320kg * (40-20) = 26880 kJ

4. ### AL physics 1990 paper 1 question 3

...that is l/5 X 1/2 = l/10 vertically down the table. In order to raise the whole rope to the table, we just need to raise the portion of the hanging rope...

5. ### [phy] specific heat capacity 既單位

... heat capacity is defined as the heat required to raise the temperature of unit mass of a substance by 1 degree Celsius. The unit...

6. ### f3 physics

... specific heat capacity of a substance is the heat (energy) needed to raise 1 kilogram of the substance by 1 degree Celsius. (In other words...

7. ### Momentum

1. Height raised by the 3 kg mass = (1 -1 x cos(60)) m = 0.5 m Speed of the 3 kg mass before...

8. ### electrostatics

...with a known charge, say positive charge. The gold leaf of the electroscope raises . Suppose insulator A srubbed against insulator B. If ...

9. ### physics heat

...by ice if all of it is melted and its temperature is raised to 100'C = (1 x 334000 + 1 x 4200 x 100) J = 754 000 J where...

10. ### 關於電能與溫度的問題

... not clear. I presume you refer to the electrical energy involved in raising the indoor air temperature by a certain amount. In fact, the physical process ...