The Heat Absorbed or Released Calculator will calculate the:
|The heat energy absorbed or released by a substance with or without change of state is J|
|Heat energy absorbed by the substance calculations|
|Q = m × cs (TM - Ti ) + m × Lf + m × cl (TB - TM ) + m × LV + m × cg (Tf - TB )|
Q = × × ( - ) + × + × × ( - ) + × + × × ( - )
Q = × × + × + × × + × + × ×
|Heat Absorbed Or Released Calculator Input Values|
|Mass of substance (m) kg|
|Specific heat capacity of substance in the solid state (cs) = J/kg°C|
|Specific heat capacity of substance in the liquid state (cl) = J/kg°C|
|Specific heat capacity of substance in the gaseous state (cg) = J/kg°C|
|Specific latent heat of fusion of substance (Lf) = J/kg|
|Specific latent heat of vaporization of substance (LV) = J/kg|
|Melting temperature of substance (TM) = °C|
|Boiling temperature of substance (TB) = °C|
|Initial temperature of substance (Ti) = °C|
|Final temperature of substance (Tf) = °C|
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