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Unformatted text preview: rt of the curve represents a mixed solid/liquid phase of substance X?
______5. What part of the curve represents a mixed liquid/vapor phase of substance X?
______6. What is the melting temperature of substance X?
______7. What is the boiling temperature of substance X? CHEMISTRY HEATING CURVE WORKSHEET ____________8. In what part(s) of the curve would increasing kinetic energy be displayed? ____________9. In what part(s) of the curve would increasing potential energy be displayed? ____________10. In what part of the curve would the molecules of substance X be farthest apart? ____________11. In what part of the curve would the molecules of X have the lowest kinetic energy? ____________12. In what part of the curve would the molecules of X have the greatest kinetic energy? Given the following information for substance X:
Specific Heat (c) of solid phase:
Heat of Fusion (Lf):
Specific Heat (c) of liquid phase:
Heat of Vaporization (Lv):
Specific Heat (c) of vapor phase: 2.0 J/g°C
1.0 J/g°C Heat Equations:
Q = mc∆T Q = mLf Q = mLv _______________13. Calculate the total heat energy in Joules needed to convert 20 g of substance X from
-10°C to 70°C?...
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