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Heat Formula
Heat Transfer Formula
Specific Heat Formula
Heat of Fusion Formula
Temperature Formula
Thermal Expansion Formula
Thermal Energy Formula
Heat Formula
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PHY10-3
PROBLEMS
1. A copper bar is 80cm at 15 C. What is the increase in
length when it is heated to 35C? The linear coefficient
for copper is 1.7x10-5 /C.
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Work and Energy
The Work Done By Any
Force
The differential work dW done by any force F on a
system is defined to be the scalar product of F with a
differential change in the position vector dr of the
point of application of the force on the system
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Density; Elasticity
1
Find the density and specific gravity of gasoline if 51 grams occupies
75cm3
2
What volume does 300g of Hg occupy. The density of Hg is
13,600kg/m3
3
The specific gravity of cast iron is 7.20. Find its density and the mass
of 60.0

HEAT ENERGY
What is HEAT?
Form of energy and measured in JOULES
Particles move about more and take up
more room if heated this is why things
expand if heated
It is also why substances change from:
solids
liquids
gases
when heated
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Density
Kinetic Energy
Pressure
Potential Energy
Buoyancy
Conservation of En

HEAT
QUANTITIES
PHY11-2
HEAT EFFECTS
Heat Change
Thermal Expansion
Linear
Area
Volume
Phase Change
Melting
Vaporization
Sublimation
Condensation
18.1
How
much heat is required
to raise the temperature of
250mL of water from
20.0C to 35.0C?.
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Potential Energy
Buoyancy
Conservation

PS2 #1
A toy ball of mass 0.350 kg was
thrown toward a wall and
bounced off in the opposite
direction.
v0 = 1.50 m/s
Vf = 0.94 m/s
a) What was the impulse (mag+dir) delivered to the ball?
p = p f pi = mv f m v i
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Work-Energy Theorem
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