# Chemistry Heat And Temperature Quiz

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• 1.
How many joules of heat is required to heat 68.00 grams of aluminum foil from 55.00 °C to 93.00 °C in case aluminum has a specific heat of 0.90 J/g °C?
• A.

2326 J

• B.

2871 J

• C.

3420 J

• D.

9058 J

• 2.
What is the final temperature of a   91.0 g piece of copper, with an initial temperature of 20.0 °C, after absorbing 1581 J of heat?  Copper has a specific heat of 0.386 J/g °C.
• A.

65.0 °C

• B.

25.0°C

• C.

45.0°C

• D.

703 °C

• 3.
What is the specific heat of gold if a 38.0-gram bracelet releases 460.8 Joules of heat energy and the increase in temperature is 94.0 °C?
• A.

0.129 J/g °C

• B.

7.75 J/g °C

• C.

4.18 J/g °C

• D.

186 J/g °C

• 4.
The temperature of an element affects its weight.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 5.
202.8 J of heat is released from a piece of silver while cooling 65.0 °C.  What's the mass of the sample?  Silver has a specific heat of 0.240 J/g °C.
• A.

13.0 grams

• B.

0.748 grams

• C.

3.12 grams

• D.

4.18 grams

• 6.
250.8 J of heat is released from a piece of gold while cooling 65.0 °C. 13.0 grams is the mass of the sample. Gold has a specific heat of 0.240 J/g °C.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 7.
3780.8 J of heat is released from a piece of gold while cooling 25.0 °C. 11.0 grams is the mass of the sample. Gold has a specific heat of 0.670 J/g °C.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 8.
Which is the definition of calorimetry?
• A.

The science of calculating the heat of chemical reactions and physical changes

• B.

The amount of energy needed to heat 1 cm of water 1 °C

• C.

The science used to quantify and describe physically the human color perception

• D.

The amount of energy transferred from one body to another due to thermal contact

• 9.
350.8 J of heat is released from a piece of silver while cooling 55.0 °C. 11.0 grams is the mass of the sample. Silver has a specific heat of 0.6220 J/g °C.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 10.
What is the change in temperature if a 70.0-gram sample of nickel absorbs 1756 J of energy? Nickel has a specific heat of 0.440 J/g °C.
• A.

57.0 °C

• B.

11.0 °C

• C.

25.1 °C

• D.

30.8 °C

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