Table of Contents

- 1 What is the specific heat of a penny?
- 2 What is the specific heat of copper in J kg C?
- 3 Does specific heat of water change?
- 4 How do you calculate C in specific heat?
- 5 What is the specific heat capacity of water in J kg C?
- 6 Which is the correct symbol for joule per gram?
- 7 What is the specific heat of a metal?

## What is the specific heat of a penny?

The specific heat capacity of a penny is 0.098 Cal /g °C this is the results in my lab, help me with the question above Penny Heat of Penny = -77.0 cal Mass =37.4 g Initial Temperature =45.6 °C Final Temperature = 24.6 °C Temperature change = -21.0 °C Specific Heat Capacity of a Penny (Cp)= 0.098 Cal /g °C.

**What is the specific heat in Joules g C?**

Specific Heat Capacity (C or S ) – The quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of a substance by one degree Celsius is called the specific heat capacity of the substance. The quantity of heat is frequently measured in units of Joules(J)….More videos on YouTube.

Substance | C (J/g oC) |
---|---|

Water | 4.18 |

### What is the specific heat of copper in J kg C?

0.39

Metal | Specific Heat – cp – (kJ/(kg K)) |
---|---|

Copper | 0.39 |

Gallium | 0.37 |

Germanium | 0.32 |

Gold | 0.13 |

**Is specific heat in J or kJ?**

Specific heat is typically measured in Joules and kilojoules per one gram of mass, with Celsius as a measure of temperature. Kilograms and Fahrenheit may be used, but it’s rarer.

#### Does specific heat of water change?

The relationship does not apply if a phase change is encountered, because the heat added or removed during a phase change does not change the temperature. The specific heat of water is 1 calorie/gram °C = 4.186 joule/gram °C which is higher than any other common substance.

**What is the specific heat capacity of copper?**

0.385

Heat Capacities for Some Select Substances

Substance | specific heat capacity Cp,s (J/g °C) | molar heat capacity Cp,m (J/mol °C) |
---|---|---|

copper | 0.385 | 24.47 |

granite | 0.790 | — |

graphite | 0.710 | 8.53 |

helium | 5.1932 | 20.786 |

## How do you calculate C in specific heat?

The formula for specific heat capacity, C , of a substance with mass m , is C = Q /(m ⨉ ΔT) . Where Q is the energy added and ΔT is the change in temperature.

**What are the types of calorimeter?**

Types of Calorimeter

- Adiabatic Calorimeters.
- Reaction Calorimeters.
- Bomb Calorimeters (Constant Volume Calorimeters)
- Constant Pressure Calorimeters.
- Differential Scanning Calorimeters.

### What is the specific heat capacity of water in J kg C?

4,200 Joules per kilogram per degree Celsius

The specific heat capacity of water is 4,200 Joules per kilogram per degree Celsius (J/kg°C). This means that it takes 4,200 J to raise the temperature of 1 kg of water by 1°C. Lead will warm up and cool down fastest because it doesn’t take much energy to change its temperature.

**Which is correct joule per gram or calorie per degree?**

Calorie/Gram °C : The calorie per gram per degree Celsius is a metric unit of specific heat capacity. Its symbol is cal/g•°C. Joule/Gram °C : The joule per gram per degree Celsius is a metric unit of specific heat capacity.

#### Which is the correct symbol for joule per gram?

Joule/Gram °C : The joule per gram per degree Celsius is a metric unit of specific heat capacity. Its symbol is J/g•°C.

**What are the units of specific heat capacity?**

Specific Heat Capacity Units The specific heat capacity units in the specific heat capacity converter are BTU/pound °C, BTU/pound °F, BTU/pound °R, calorie/gram °C, calorie/gram °F, CHU/pound °C, joule/gram °C, joule/kilogram °C, joule/kilogram K, kilocalorie/kilogram °C, kilojoule/kilogram °C, kilojoule/kilogram K.

## What is the specific heat of a metal?

A 245.7g sample of metal at 75.2 degrees Celsius was placed in 115.43g water at 22.6 degrees Celsius. The final temperature of the water and metal was 34.6 Celsius. If no heat was lost to the surroundings what is the specific heat of the metal? Solving for the Final Temperature when Metal is dropped in water.