v1 4Y11 Cambridge IGCSE Physics – past paper questions and answers 73. . 2. there are 2 formula for thermal capacity -Thermal capacity = mass * SHC and Energy = Thermal Capacity * Change in Temperature.
E= m x c x change in temperature, cancel out mass here as well so you get: 210 = 4200 x change in temperature.
Electricity & Magnetism. 1 Kinetic Particle Model of Matter. The radiation that transfers thermal energy is a type of electromagnetic radiation. Question.
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1 kg of each metal is put into 5 kg of each liquid. Question.
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cancel out the mass which is m and calculate GPE by multiplying 21 by 10 to get 210 joules.
to calculate GPE converted to KE: mgh=1/2mv^2.
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Cambridge IGCSE Physics Unit 2: Thermal Physics review. The air is trapped in tiny bubbles so very little convection is possible. 6 Momentum 1. Active-Stress9133 • 1 min.
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4 Melting & Boiling. Initially, the cold water is at a temperature of T C. . .