How many degrees of heat does it take to burn a diamond?
Diamond has the highest melting point -- 3820 degrees Kelvin: so burning it would require an even higher heat.
At 430 degrees Celsius (806 degrees Fahrenheit), you would take a few hours of steady heat to burn, but the heat would kill you in a few minutes, unless you had some sort of protection. Read More
How many liters of cold water from the fridge at 4 degrees Celsius would you have to drink to burn 330 kilocalories to heat it up to body temperature at 37 degrees Celsius?
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Actually its 451 and it is how many degrees in Fahrenheit is the heat that will take the book pages to burn down. Read More
heat and temperature is alike by having to do with how many degrees it is Read More
The necessary heat is 9,42 kJ. Read More
How many joules of heat are required to heat 300 grams of water from 30 degrees Celsius to 100 degrees Celsius?
21,000.00 jouls Read More
We do many things by the use of heat. We cook, we bath in winters, we produce thermal energy, we burn coal and do many etc. things because of heat. Read More
Under the influence of tremendous pressure and heat. Charcoal has too many impurities to ever become a Diamond. Read More
23.5 degrees-just right so we dont burn up or freeze. Read More
1370 calories Read More
A diamond is not typically measured in degrees, unless you're asking about the degrees involved in the angles of the facets. In that case, there are too many different degrees involved in each faceted stone, which are different, depending on the cut, to count. As an example, follow the link, below, to see the different angles possible in a round, brilliant cut. Read More
Many materials such as plastic melt and some materials burn such as wood Read More
How many calories are required to heat 38.2 grams of aluminum from 102 degrees celsius to 275 degrees celsius?
Specific heat for aluminium = 0.214 Heat required = 38.2 x 0.214 x (275 - 102) = 1414.24 calories Read More
This heat is 51, 33 cal. Read More
How many calories are required to heat 755 g of iron from 23 degrees C to 175 degrees C if the specific heat of iron is 0.11 calories per gram deg?
13 kcal Read More
None. They wouldn't survive the heat. They would burn up. Read More
106. Read More
How many calories of heat are released when 80 grams of water cools from 37.5 degrees Celsius to 22.5 degrees celsius?
1200 cal. Read More
It takes about 55 BTU'S It takes 180 BTU'S to raise 32 degrees to 212 degrees. Read More
To raise the temperature of one cc of water requires i calorie of heat . you did not specify the volume. Read More
How many calories would it take to heat 13 grams of water from 35 degrees Celsius to 53 degrees Celsius?
The necessary heat is: Q = 13 . (53-18) = 455 calories Read More
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How many Kilowatts are use used by the average tank water heater to heat 1 gallon of water from 18 degrees Celsius to 45 degrees?
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How many joules of heat energy are absorbed when 150 g of water is heated from 20 degrees Celsius to 30 degrees Celsius?
150*10*4.18 Read More
How many joules does it take to heat up 15.1kg of glass to 15 degrees Celsius to 45 degrees Celsius?
3.8 x 10^5 Joules Read More
It depends on weight time your doing it and speed sometimes even heat! Read More
The specific heat of water is 1 BTU per pound per degree Fahrenheit. There are 8.3378 lbs/gallon at 60 degrees, which equals 3251.742 pounds of water. The number of BTUs to raise it 188 degrees is then 611,327.496 BTUs. Read More
No. 1: your question doesn't make sense. if you meant: How many degrees do carrots cook at? then the answer is: BOILED: high heat setting on the hob ROASTED: 400 degrees F Read More
It depends on the size of the heat sink. Heat sinks are available in many sizes, the smallest being suitable for fitting to a single transistor. A heat sink is rated by the temperature rise in degrees C per watt of dissipated power. The smallest heat sinks are rated at about 20 degrees per watt while larger ones provide 1 degree or less per watt. Read More
First, you need to melt the ice. Look up the heat of fusion of ice, and multiply that by the amount of grams.Then you need to heat the water, from zero degrees to 78 degrees. Look up the specific heat of water, and then multiply together all of the following: The specific heat; the mass; the temperature difference. Finally, add the two together. Read More
About 5,525 Joules. Read More
If you start on high heat it only takes a couple of minutes. But turn down the heat as popping progresses so you don't burn it. Read More
The specific heat of water is 1 and the heat released is mass x specific heat x the temperature difference, so we have 15 x 1 x 35 = 525 BTU Read More
about as many as you do sitting in a non-steam room. the heat causes excess water weight to leave the body and that's about it. Read More
i have a 5ft pool and have a intex 3kw heater how long will it take to heat pool to a good swimm tempature Read More
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No it is not essential. It will burn in air or oxygen if ignited by some spark or match but there are many other ways to get burning in chemistry. The requirements for burning are fuel, oxygen and heat. Oxygen can be supplied by the air for many fires. Heat must often be introduced initially to ignite the fuel but the heat of combustion will then be enough to sustain the burning. Fuel could be… Read More
Ethanol has a heat of vaporization of 38.56 kj/mol and a normal boiling point of 78.4 degrees celsius. Read More
The heat from the appliances will melt the counter top. Also please correct your spelling. Read More
How many joule of heat are given off when 5.0 grams of water cool from 75 degrees celsius to 25 degrees celsius?
The specific heat of water is 4.179 J/g 0C. Using the equation Q = mc(change in T), the heat given off by this temperature change can be calculated. This is approximately 1.0 kJ. Read More
100 BTU if it's Fahrenheit Read More
In general, metals are, indeed, better conductors of heat than other materials. There is one exception, however. The best conductor of heat we know of is an allotrope of carbon we call diamond. It is many times better than the best metals at conducting heat. Read More
How many joules of heat are given out when a piece of iron of mass 50grammes and specific heat capacity of 400joules cool from 80 degrees Celsius to 20 degree Celsius?
Where are you getting this specific heat number. With the other numbers there is no cancellation. Read More
A piece of iron absorbs an amount of heat when it is heated from 22 degrees Celsius to 28 degrees Celsius- How many joules does it absorb?
There is not enough information in this problem to answer the question. You must know the mass of the iron to find the amount of joules used to heat the iron. Read More
The necessary heat is 4,27 joules. Read More
How many joules of heat energy must be supplied to 21 g of water to raise the temperature of the water from 24 to 95 degrees Celsius?
21 grams through 71 degrees is 21x71 calories. Read More