How much energy (in joules) is released when 0.06 kilograms of mercury is condensed to a liquid at the same temperature?

697.08 J of energy (in joules) is released when 0.06 kilograms of mercury is condensed to a liquid at the same temperature. Latent heat = m (deltaH) , 0.06 *11.6 = 0.697 KJ = 697.08 J

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697.08 J of energy (in joules) is released when 0.06 kilograms of mercury is condensed to a liquid at the same temperature. Latent heat = m (deltaH) , 0.06 *11.6 = 0.697 KJ = 697.08 J

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If a certain mass of mercury has a volume of 0.002 m3 at a temperature of 20°C, what will be the volume at 50°C?
A. 0.002010812 m3
B. 0.004021624 m3
C. 0.002021624 m3
D. 0.000010812 m3

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If a certain mass of mercury has a volume of 0.002 m3 at a temperature of 20 C, the volume at 50 C will be 0.002010812 m3.

Solution: V =V [1 + (50-30)] = 0.002 [1 + 0.00018(30)] = 0.0020108 m³.

Solution: V =V [1 + (50-30)] = 0.002 [1 + 0.00018(30)] = 0.0020108 m³.

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If a certain mass of mercury has a volume of 0.002 m3 at a temperature of 20°C, what will be the volume at 50°C?

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If a certain mass of mercury has a volume of 0.002 m3 at a temperature of 20 C, the volume at 50 C will be 0.002010812 m3.

V =V [1 + (50-30)] = 0.002 [1 + 0.00018(30)] = 0.0020108 m³.

V =V [1 + (50-30)] = 0.002 [1 + 0.00018(30)] = 0.0020108 m³.

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A mass of gas has a volume of 4 m3, a temperature of 290 K, and an absolute pressure of 475 kPa. When the gas is allowed to expand to 6.5 m3, its new temperature is 277 K. What's the absolute pressure of the gas after expansion?

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A mass of gas has a volume of 4 m3, a temperature of 290 K, and an absolute pressure of 475 kPa. When the gas is allowed to expand to 6.5 m3, its new temperature is 277 K. the absolute pressure of the gas after expansion is 279.2 KPa. P1V1/T1 =P2V2/T2 , 475 *4 /290 = 6.5 *P2 /277 , P2 = 475 *4 *277 /290 *6.5 = 526300 / 1885 = 279.2 KPa

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How much energy, in joules, is released when 17 kilograms of granite is cooled from 45°C to 21°C?

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327,992.8 J is released when 17 kilograms of granite is cooled from 45 C to 21 C.

Solution: U = mCp(Tf-Ti); U = 17 kg (790 J/(kg-°C)) (21-45) = 322,320 Joules or 327,992.8 J.

Solution: U = mCp(Tf-Ti); U = 17 kg (790 J/(kg-°C)) (21-45) = 322,320 Joules or 327,992.8 J.

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How much energy (in joules) is released when 0.06 kilograms of mercury is condensed to a liquid at the same temperature?

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697.08 J of energy (in joules) is released when 0.06 kilograms of mercury is condensed to a liquid at the same temperature. Latent heat = m (deltaH) , 0.06 *11.6 = 0.697 KJ = 697.08 J

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