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Physics 9 Chapter 8 - Thermal Properties of Matter -14
1.
What is the specific heat capacity of copper?
a) 930.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
b) 253.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
c) 387.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
d) 358.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
2.
In the formula: “∆Q = c m ∆T”, what is meant by ‘c’?
a) Heat capacity
b) Latent heat of vaporization
c) Latent heat of fusion
d) Specific heat capacity
3.
What is the specific heat capacity of ether?
a) 358.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
b) 2010.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
c) 253.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
d) 930.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
4.
In the formula: “∆Q = c m ∆T”, what is meant by ‘c’?
a) Latent heat of vaporization
b) Latent heat of fusion
c) Specific heat
d) Heat capacity
5.
What is the specific heat capacity of glass?
a) 840.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
b) 930.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
c) 253.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
d) 358.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
6.
What is the amount of heat called that is required by a body to raise the temperature of 1kg mass of that substance through 1K?
a) Latent heat of vaporization
b) Specific heat capacity
c) Heat capacity
d) Latent heat of fusion
7.
What is the specific heat capacity of gold?
a) 128.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
b) 253.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
c) 358.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
d) 930.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
8.
What is the amount of heat called that is required by a body to raise the temperature of 1kg mass of that substance through 1K?
a) Latent heat of vaporization
b) Heat capacity
c) Latent heat of fusion
d) Specific heat
9.
What is the specific heat capacity of tungsten?
a) 253.8 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
b) 930.8 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
c) 134.8 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
d) 358.8 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
10.
What is the specific heat capacity of granite?
a) 790.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
b) 358.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
c) 253.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
d) 930.0 J Kg
^{-1}
K
^{-1}
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