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Answer the following questions based on specific heat capacity.

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1.

The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of a unit _______ of a material by 1oC is called its specific heat capacity.
 volume mass weight

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2.

The SI unit of heat capacity is _______.
 Joule/(kg oC) Joule/oC Erg/oC

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3.

If the temperature of a certain mass of aluminum [having a specific heat capacity of 0.8 J/(g oC)] is lowered by 11oC and the heat lost is 352 J, then the mass of the aluminum is
 110 g 32 g 88 g 40 g

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4.

If 400 J of heat are required to increase the temperature of a body by 50oC, then its heat capacity in J/oC is
 8 450 20000 5

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5. Consider the graph of temperature (in oC) vs. time (in minutes) given above showing the cooling curves of liquids A and B. If 10 g of liquid A lose 840 J of heat in the first 6 minutes, the specific heat capacity of liquid A is about _______ J/(g oC).
 21 2.1 14 8.4

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6.

The SI unit of specific heat capacity is _______.
 Erg/oC Joule/(kg oC) Joule/oC

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7.

If the heat capacity of 35 g of aluminum is 28 J/oC, then the specific heat capacity of aluminum in J/(g oC) is
 980 1.25 63 0.8

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