# How much heat energy would be needed to raise the temperature of a 223 g sample of aluminum [(C=0.895 Jig Cy from 22.5°C to 55 0°C? Η Ο Ο Ο ΟΟ 10x10) not enough information given Prov 40 25 11 Next >

Answer : The heat energy needed would be, 6486.5125 J

Explanation :

To calculate the change in temperature, we use the equation:

where,

q = heat needed = ?

m = mass of aluminum = 223 g

c = specific heat capacity of aluminum =

= change in temperature

= initial temperature =

= final temperature =

Putting values in above equation, we get:

Therefore, the heat energy needed would be, 6486.5125 J

## Related Questions

Use the internet or your textbook as a reference to compare and contrast the Arrhenius Theory of acids and bases vs. the Brønsted-Lowery Theory. Use the internet or your textbook as a reference to name the following and indicate if they are an acid or a base:
a. HCI
b. KOH
c. HNO
d. Mg(OH),

1. Arrhenius Theory which describes the concept protonic. The substance that gives H+ ions when diluted in water is called as an acid (e.g. HCl) and the substance that dissociates OH-ions whenever it is diluted in water is called as the base (e.g. NaOH)

on the other hand

Bronsted Lowery Theory describes the concept of a proton donor-acceptor. The proton-donating species is an acid and the proton-accepting species is known as a base.

2. The Chemical name and nature of acid is shown below:-

Nature Chemical Name

a. HCl Acidic Hydrochloric Acid

b. KOH Basic Potassium hydroxide

c. HNO Acidic Nitric Acid

d. Mg(OH)2 Basic Magnesium hydroxide

What is the pOH of a solution with a [OH^ - ] of 10^ -11?

pOH= 11

Explanation:

pOH= -log[10^ -11]= 11

how many grams of F2 are needed to react with 3.50 grams of Cl2 Equation needed for question- Cl2+3F2-->2ClF3 please explain how to get the answer.

5.62 g of F2

Explanation:

We have a balanced reaction, so we can continue with the mol calculation. For this, we need to know the molar mass of  (70.906 g/mol), so:

Now, with the molar ratio between  and  we can convert from moles of  and  (1:3), so:

Finally, with the molar mass of we can calculate the gram of (37.99 g/mol), so:

I hope it helps!

How is the kinetic energy of the particles of a substance affected during a phase change? A.) Kinetic energy increases during exothermic changes and decreases during endothermic changes.
B.) Kinetic energy decreases during exothermic changes and increases during endothermic changes.
C.) Kinetic energy does not change, but the potential energy does.
D.) Kinetic energy changes in the opposite way that the potential energy changes.

C

Explanation:

Answer: A. Kinetic energy increases during exothermic changes and decreases during endothermic changes

Explanation: During an exothermic change potential energy is converted to kinetic energy. I hope this is correct. :)

How many lone pairs are on the central atom of BrF3?

According to the molecular geometry, there are two lone pairs on central atom of BrF₃.

### What is molecular geometry?

Molecular geometry can be defined as a three -dimensional arrangement of atoms which constitute the molecule.It includes parameters like bond length,bond angle and torsional angles.

It influences many properties of molecules like reactivity,polarity color,magnetism .The molecular geometry can be determined by various spectroscopic methods and diffraction methods , some of which are infrared,microwave and Raman spectroscopy.

They provide information about geometry by taking into considerations the vibrational and rotational absorbance of a substance.Neutron and electron diffraction techniques provide information about the distance between nuclei and electron density.

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BrF3 has 2 lone pairs (4 unshared electrons)

Explanation:

Order the materials from causing the greatest refraction to causing the least refraction.A
water, air, oil

B
air, water, oil

C
oil, water, air

D
none of the above