This chemistry video tutorial explains the concept of specific heat capacity and it shows you how to use the formula to solve specific heat capacity problems. This video contains plenty of examples, notes, and practice problems with the calculations to help you master this topic.
Here is a list of topics:
1. Specific Heat Capacity Equation / Formula - q=cmT
2. Heat Energy Q - Units in Joules
3. Exothermic vs Endothermic Processes
4. Units of Specific Heat Capacity of Water - Joules per gram per celsius
5. Heat Capacity vs Specific Heat Capacity vs Molar Heat Capacity
6. How to calculate how much energy is required to heat up water
7. How to calculate the final temperature of a mixture
8. Heat transfer problems with Iron metal, Aluminum metal, and water
9. Calorimetry practice problems
10. Coffee-Cup Calorimeter Problem
11. How to calculate the specific heat capacity of an unknown metal
12. How to estimate the enthalpy change of a dissolution reaction of NaOH using calorimetry.
13. Density, mass, and solution volume. g/ml, g, and ml
14. Thermochemical Equations - Moles and Enthalpy in Kj - Thermochemistry
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