# 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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## Mixed Units - Overview

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## Calorimetry 1: Heat Transfer and Temperature Change for One Object - Overview

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## Calorimetry 2: Heat Transfer and Temperature Change for Two Objects - Overview

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## Calorimetry 3: Heat Transfer and Phase Changes - Overview

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## Mixed Units - Example 1

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Converting with units in both the numerator and denominator
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## Calorimetry 1: Heat Transfer and Temperature Change for One Object - Example 1

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Solving problems involving heat transfer for one object using Q = mcÎT
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## Calorimetry 2: Heat Transfer and Temperature Change for Two Objects - Example 1

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Determining mass or specific heat capacity for problems involving heat transfer between two objects using Q = mcÎT
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## Calorimetry 3: Heat Transfer and Phase Changes - Example 1

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Solving problems involving phase changes using the equation Q = mL
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## Calorimetry 3: Heat Transfer and Phase Changes - Example 2

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Determining the amount of heat necessary to heat and change the phase of an object using Q = mcÎT and Q = mL
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