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# Formula of heat?

# What is the formula for specific heat?

Cp= q/m*deltaT (m= mass, delta T= change in temp, q= joules)

# What is the formula for heat?

Heat=Mass x Specific Heat x Change in Temperature or H=M x Sp. Ht. x ^T

# What is the formula for finding heat formation?

amount of heat transferred = mass x change in temperature x specific heat

# What is the chemical formula for heat?

(change in) heat = mass x (final temperature - initial temperature) x specific heat Q = m x (Tf-Ti) x Cp

# What is the formulae for lithium carbonate heat?

i think its boner?

# Formula of heat gain?

Q=UxAxTD

# Chemical formula of heat?

Q=mcdT

# Formula for heat energy?

Eh = McT Where 'Eh' is heat energy, 'M' is mass, 'c' is Specific Heat, and 'T' is temperature.

# What is the formula for determining specific heat?

MCdeltaT=MCdeltaT

# What is the formula of heat of vaporization?

Heat of Vaporization formula 540 cal ______ 1g Heat = mass x heat of vaporization

# What is the formula for heat rejection rate?

Heat Rejection = mass x specific weight x specific density x difference in temp

# What is the units for heat energy formula?

The standard unit for heat energy is the same as for any other type of energy, namely the Joule. For historical reasons, some other units are sometimes used, e.g., calorie, or… BTU. But if you want to do calculations with SI units, any energy should be measured in Joule, to be consistent. The standard unit for heat energy is the same as for any other type of energy, namely the Joule. For historical reasons, some other units are sometimes used, e.g., calorie, or BTU. But if you want to do calculations with SI units, any energy should be measured in Joule, to be consistent. The standard unit for heat energy is the same as for any other type of energy, namely the Joule. For historical reasons, some other units are sometimes used, e.g., calorie, or BTU. But if you want to do calculations with SI units, any energy should be measured in Joule, to be consistent. The standard unit for heat energy is the same as for any other type of energy, namely the Joule. For historical reasons, some other units are sometimes used, e.g., calorie, or BTU. But if you want to do calculations with SI units, any energy should be measured in Joule, to be consistent.

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# Formula of latent heat of fusion?

Hf = mLf m - (g/lbs) *1lb = 454g Lf - latent heat of fusion - 80 kcal/kg fr water !

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# What is the heat formula?

the formula for heat is: joules= change in temp* mass* cp by: Professor Thompson

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# Formula for heat transfer?

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# What is the formula for the joules law for heat?

The joules law of heat is : I2X R X t

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# What is M in the formula of heat of solution?

it is the mass of an object