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How do I find the specific heat of an object?

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How do I find the specific heat of an object?

Posted by Yoda | Posted at Mar 26, 2000 | Categories: Physics

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shaun1
shaun1

c = Q / (mΔT) c - specific heat Q - amount of heat m - mass ΔT - change in temperature this comes from the equation Q=mcΔT

Mar 26, 2000 01:28
Bhartman
Bhartman

if you are given heat and you have to find specific heat , so you have to use this formula i² x r x t = m x s x  Δt where  I = current R = resistance T = time M= mass S = specific heat Δt = change in temperature

Mar 26, 2000 01:30

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