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Calorimetry

Thermal Properties of Matter
Physics
Class 11

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Principle of Calorimetry

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Calorimetry - Problem L1

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A of ice that is at a temperature falls meters from the eaves of a house to the ground below. If % of the kinetic energy that the ice possesses when it strikes the ground converts into heat, Identify the correct statement? (Note:

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The amount of heat required to convert 1 g of ice (specific 0.5 cal  at ) at  to steam at is ___________.
[ Given: Latent heat of ice is Latent heat of steam is , Specific heat of water is ]

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To make tea, a tourist puts into a kettle kg of ice at a temperature of C. How much heat would be needed if the tourist had taken kg of water from an ice hole, instead of ice at C?

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500 g of hot water at is kept in the open till its temperature falls to . Calculate the heat energy lost to the surroundings by the water. (Specific heat of water

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The quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of 2000 g of water from 10C to 50C is

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A aluminium calorimeter contains of water at An aluminium shot of mass is heated to and is then placed in the calorimeter . (a) Using the value of the specific heat of aluminium given in table find the final temperature of the system , assuming that no heat is lost to the surroundings . (b) The error due to heat transfer between the system and its surroundings can be minimized if the initial temperature of the water and calorimeter is chosen to be below room temperature , where  is the temperature change of the calorimeter and water during the measurement . Then the final temperature is above room temperature . What should be the initial temperature of the water and container if the room temperature is   

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of ice at is mixed with of water at , final temperature of mixture will be 

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According to principle of calorimetry, heat absorbed by cold bodies is equal to heat released by hot bodies.

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Steam at C is passed into 2.0 kg of water contained in a calorimeter of water equivalent 0.02 kg at C till the temperature of the calorimeter and its contents rises to C. The mass of steam condensed in kg is  

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