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2 (CP) SQ Heat P213 (1990-CR-PHTY 1-4) Temperauce/*C a st Timerminute ° + . 2 16 are § stiows the cuoling cutve of a substance changing from liquid to solid state. (2) Giver a boiling tube half fied with this substanee in its solid state, des iggram, an experinent (9 obtain the cooling curve of the substance. ibe, with the help of a ( marks) (b) Read srom the above evoking curve the milling point of dhe substance, (mark) fe) Explain whiy the temperature remains constant as the substance solidifies at its mclting point, even tough heat rs lost tothe surroundings, (2 marks) (4) 1h the mass of substance used as B05 ky and the rate of heat loss te the suztoundings at its melting Point ts 25 W, find the specific latent heat of fasion of the subscance, marks) fe) Describe die asangeent and motion of dhe moleegles of the sistance in the 4) Solid state, an fi) guid st id nsuksy (VOL CEPILY 1-5) J then oter— carton Flak Fink & Figane 7 ve 7 shows the upparais ofan espe to stay the absonption of soar energy by waves. hls flasks A ad ae filled wth caren desi ali respectively ‘They ane placed ures sel aa Gi temperatses ane taken at Line mera The ess are as Fal0 Ws © eae a teniperanie mA PC fui 637 ARS Oe Fempente mw C feo fr a feet fs Jaa so CEI SQY Heat 214. (2) Using a este that 2 om represents °C and 2 cm represent 9 minutes, Plot the temperature-time fraphs for carbon dioxide and airon the same graph paper (5 marks) () Why does each of the gases reach a stoady temperature ? 2 marks) (0) Te ss of carbon dioxide in ask A is 0.00196 ky and the mass of ai in flask Bw 0.00125 ky, ihe specific heat capacities of carbon dioxide and air are 640 J hy! R' ont dao g kel KE cppeiels Which flask of gas gains more energy to reach its steady temperature? calculations (5 marksy (€) Fach year the amount of carbon diosde i the atmosphere i increased! by bilkons of tons, () Suggest « possible effect on the mean temperature of the earth {10 Suneest two methods te reduce tae amount of carb diide in the stnosphere GB narksy (1992-CE PHY 1-4) To power supply. Immersion J+ Thermometer heater = —==—e in |. Cylindrica! metal block tliat t tl Figure 6 Mel set-up showa in Figure 6 10 find the specific heat eapacity of a metab The A studeat uses the exper Gilat met block is heated by ax immersion beater of unkant'e poses The nilowy cbtainedd Mass of meta! block Uke Initial temperature of metal block = 29%: Vinal temperature of metal block » 41°C Energy supplied hy the heater 123601 (2) Peserbo, oh the bsip ot a digran, 3 areal o mas the enengy supply the heater (4 pmkss (b) Calculate the specific beat capacity of the metal maths £9 Ge sas ota in (b) is found be her than ae actual specie heat capacity of the meta Suggests reason for this and explain your answer briefly Hnacky (2) Seeger 190 inyprosements on dhe set-up to incase the accueacy of th espenmct 8 nuhst ste *seanelluad suitahle for Finding the specific heat expcity of won? Heplain brie (Smaaksy CE/SQ/ Heat P215 4 To power spply [seater —} Immersion heater i Figure 5 A student performs an experimcnt to find the specific latent heat of vaporization uf water. A beaker