## AP Specific Heat (Final Temp. Metal Dropped into Water)

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link-http://www.kentchemistry.com/links/Energy/SpecificHeat.htm This advanced video takes you through the procedure for solving for the final temperature of the ...

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This chemistry video tutorial explains how to find the final temperature in common heat transfer calorimetry problems. This video contains plenty of examples and ...

Hot Iron Bar + Cold Water = Final Temperature? Use the formula mΔTc = -mΔTc to show that heat gained = heat lost and solve for whatever "x" is. In this case, it's ...

From chemistNATE

A tutorial on how to solve for the final temperature using the specific heat formula.

From Brad Daniell

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From Michel van Biezen

A hot and a cold substance are mixed - calculate the final temperature.

From MrDGenova

This chemistry video tutorial explains how to calculate the final temperature of an ice - water mixture. It explains how to design the appropriate heat transfer ...

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From Michel van Biezen

This video explains how to calculate the final temperature when a hot piece of iron (Fe) is dropped in a cold bucket of water.

From Tony St. John

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From Michel van Biezen

This problem deals with finding the final temperature of a system when a hot object is added to a cold fluid.

From Frank McCulley

From Aaron Burg

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link-http://www.kentchemistry.com/links/Energy/SpecificHeat.htm This advanced video takes you through the procedure for solving for the final temperature of the ...

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Shows how to calculate the specific heat of a metal (or any material for that matter) by calorimetry. You can see a listing of all my videos at my website, ...

From Step-by-Step Science

This worked example solves for the Temperature initial variable. The specific heat formula is used (q = mc(delta)t) and the delta t defined as temperature final ...

From Sarah English

This chemistry video tutorial explains the concept of specific heat capacity and it shows you how to use the formula to solve specific heat capacity problems.

This Physics video explains how to calculate the final temperature of a mixture when the components are at different temperatures. This video is meant for ...

From Bodhaguru

If a 2.5 L sample of gas at 25 °C and constant pressure is doubled in volume. What is the final temperature?

How to plot temperature versus time for a specific heat capacity graph to determine the final and initial temperatures of the water as well as the final temperature ...

From Dr. Caddell

From Tony St. John

By mixing a hot metal with cool water, the specific heat of the metal can be determined if the masses, initial temperatures and final temperature is known.

From Scott Milam

From Niquie Ragland

From Bob McClure

In this example, we solve for the final temperature when a hot metal is added to cold water. A 15 g block of aluminum metal originally at 98 degrees Celsius is ...

From Matthew Gerner

This chemistry video tutorial explains how to solve calorimetry problems in thermochemistry. It shows you how to calculate the quantity of heat transferred using ...

From Cassie Hansen

From Joshuamuellenbach

determine the final temperature of a gold nugget (mass= 376 g) that starts at 398K and loses 4.85 KJ of heat to a snowbank when it is lost. The specific heat ...

Tutorial video made by 2016-2017 AP Chemistry students.

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A .05 kg metal is dropped into .15 kg of water. If the water's initial temperature was 21 degrees Celsius and the final temperature after the two are mixed ...

From PhysicsFox1

A sample of ethylene glycol, used in car radiators, has a mass of 34.8 g. The sample liberates 783 J of heat. The initial temperature of the sample is 22.1 ̊C.

From justsometips

This Physics video explains what is the final temperature of a mixture when the components are at different temperatures. This video is meant for students ...

From Bodhaguru

58 g samples of Cu (1st metal), Zn (2nd metal) and Sn (3rd metal) are placed into water, stirred and final temperatures are recorded. 50 g samples of water are ...

From Scott Milam

Finding the final temperature of toluene after heat is added given the mass and specific heat of toluene.

From Jeff Bradbury

College prep level worked examples on the q=mcdeltaT equation. Discusses meaning of specific heat capacity and works through several simple calculations.

From sethhuron

From Doug De Zeeuw

A video showing how to solve several basic specific heat problems in a college prep chemistry class.

From MrHren

From Aaron Burg

A 63.0 g piece of aluminum (cAl = 0.215 cal/g°C) at 25.0 °C is warmed by the addition of 325 cal of energy. Find the final temperature of the piece of aluminum.

A 32.5g iron rod initially at 22.7C is submerged into an unknown mass of water at 63.2C. The final temperature of the mixture at thermal equilibrium is 59.5C.

From Kevin Klausmeyer

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This shows how to solve for the final temperature when you are provided the mass, initial temperature, and heat absorbed. You are also informed that it is water, ...

From Jon Gittins

A 40-g block of ice is cooled to −76°C and is then added to 600 g of water in an 80-g copper calorimeter at a temperature of 27°C. Determine the final ...

From Mike Birkhead

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From Michel van Biezen

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