The temperature change is needed to calculate the enthalpy change.
You determine the change in the temperature of the bomb, and knowing the mass of substance, the calorimeter constant, and the change in temperature, you can calculate ∆H. Recall that q = mC∆T
Yes it changes with the chnage of temperature and you have to calculate the temperature correction factor
yes, calculate it from temperature coefficient of resistance.
Delta means "change in"For example: Delta T means "change in temperature". To calculate this it would be (final temperature) - (initial temperature)
Q=mC change in temperature
You can plot a graph to show the change in temperature over time, or deduct the final temperature from the original temperature to show the difference in temperatures.
If there is no change occurring, and there are no data relating to past trends, there is no change to calculate - it is a constant.
the volume is directly proportional to the temperature so (as the temperature increases the volume increases ) so you can not calculate it except if you have a closed container and in that case the volume will equal to the capacity of the container I hope that you understand my answer
Yes, volume is usually used to calculate the change in thermal energy. Other than temperature, mass may also be used.
Assuming no change in temperature and pressure, calculate the volume of O2 (in liters) required for the complete combustion of 14.9 L of butane (C4H10):
This depends on specific heat of each material.
If L is the length of the girder, c the coefficient of thermal expansion and t the increase in temperature thenexpansion = L*c*t
To calculate Fahrenheit to Celsius, you take the temperature in Fahrenheit and multiply it by 0.8. Using the answer of that number, subtract 32 from it. That is your temperature in Celsius. To change that temperature back to Fahrenheit, you would add 32 to your Celsius temperature. After getting that answer, you divide it by 0.8 and Voislá, you're back at your temperature in Fahrenheit.
Temperature change is not a chemical change.
because a kilo doesn't change no matter the temperature or pressure. Mass is always the same.
E = kT, where E = energy ,T = temperature and k = Boltzmann Constant
Change in temperature = New temperature minus Old temperature.
Heat of neutralization is equal to mass of substance multiplied by change in temperature multiplied by specific heat capacity.
how do objects change temperature
You could calculate the molar heat of sublimation as long as you know by placing a known amount of a known quantity in a calorimeter and measuring the change in temperature during sublimation. Then use the equation E=mc(change in T) where E is energy in joules, m is mass, c is heat capacity, and T is temperature.
Q=mCpdT. Q is the energy change, m is the mass of the object, Cp is the heat capacity of the object, and dT is the change in temperature.
Temperature can be used to recognize a phase change because during the phase change the temperature of the substance does not change.
Mass does not change with temperature