The specific heat capacity of ice is about 0.5 cal/g C. Suppose it remains at that value all the way to absolute zero. Show that the heat required to change a 1 g ice cube at absolute zero( 273 ?C)to 1 g of boiling water is 320 cal.

The specific heat capacity of ice is about 0.5 cal/g C. Suppose it remains at that value all the way to absolute zero. Show that the heat required to change a 1 g ice cube at absolute zero( 273 ?C)to 1 g of boiling water is 320 cal.


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1) The specific heat capacity of ice is about 0.5 cal/g ??C. Suppose it remains at that value all the way to absolute zero. Show that the heat required to change a 1-g ice cube at absolute zero(-273 ?C)to 1 g of boiling water is 320 cal.

1] A 10 N force acts on a 2 kg object for 3 seconds. If the object was initally at rest, the momentum of the object after 3 seconds is ____ kg m/s. (10 points)

[2] A 10 N force acts on a 2 kg object for 3 seconds. If the object was initally at rest, the velocity of the object after 3 seconds is ____ m/s. (10 points)

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[3] A 10 N force acts on a 2 kg object for 3 seconds. If the object was initally at rest, the KE of the object after 3 seconds is ____ J. (10 points)

[4] A 10 N force acts on a 2 kg object for 3 seconds. If the object was initally at rest, the work done in this process is ____ J. (10 points)

[5] A 10 N force acts on a 2 kg object for 3 seconds. If the object was initally at rest, the calculated power in this process is ____ W. (10 points)

[6] Absolute zero is the lowest possible temperature. (10 points)

True

False

[7] Temperature and heat are very different concepts. (10 points)

True

False

[8] Pick the statement below that is true. (10 points)

[A] faster average speed implies lower temperature

[B] slower average speed implies higher temperature

[C] high temperature always means high heat

[D] low temperature always means low heat

[E] heat may be low or high regardless of temperature

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