# Science

an iron skillet has a mass of 500.0 g. The specific heat of iron is 0.449 J/g C . The pan is heated by adding 19,082.5 J of heat . How much does the temperature of the pan increase ?
16:59 Tue 05th Jun 2012
 MarkRae Is this homework? 17:00 Tue 05th Jun 2012 Go To Best Answer

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 Is this homework? 17:00 Tue 05th Jun 2012 Question Author yes this is homework , a quiz actually . 17:02 Tue 05th Jun 2012 If you look up the formula you can use it for all three questions 18:01 Tue 05th Jun 2012 The formula says that it takes .449J to raise the temperature of 1 g. of iron by 1C, the rest is up to you. 06:54 Wed 06th Jun 2012

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