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# Specific Heat and Phase Change

## How much energy one must put in per unit mass in order to raise the temperature 1 degree Celsius.

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## Specific Heat and Phase Change

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Students will learn big questions concerning our environment like why San Francisco is almost always at the same temperature year round whereas Iowa's temperature fluctuates wildly throughout the year. Students will also learn to solve problems involving specific heat and phase change.

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• Interactive Simulations

## Stovetop

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Learn about the relationship between heat energy and temperature, phase changes, and the microscopic physics of heat conduction, in the context of a pot of water coming to a boil on the stove

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## Specific Heat and Phase Change Problem

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An interesting problem involving specific heat and phase change is explained and solved here.

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## Specific Heat and Phase Change Practice

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• Downloadable Quiz

## Specific Heat and Phase Change Quiz - PPB

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Quiz on specific heat and phase changes.

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• Critical Thinking

## Specific Heat and Phase Change Discussion Questions

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A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Specific Heat and Phase Change.

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• Study Guide

## Thermal Properties Study Guide

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This study guide gives an overview of the laws of thermodynamics and heat engines. It looks at the ways heat transfers, specific heat, and thermal conductivity.

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