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Links for the Thirteenth Chapter
Extra Help For Chapter 13
This video explains the difference between heat and temperature, and it also gives some good definitions for thermochemistry.
This video explains how to convert between Joules and calories.
This video explains the difference between specific heat capacity and heat capacity. It then gives three examples of using the equation q = (m)(c)(Delta_T).
This video explains the way calorimetry works.
This video explains how to do a calorimetry calculation when you ignore the calorimeter. He doesn’t mention the calorimeter, because he is really ignoring it!
This video explains how to do a calorimetry calculation without ignoring the calorimeter. It uses specific heat and mass with the calorimeter instead of heat capacity.
This video explains how to calculate the energy required to make a phase change.
This video explains how to calculate the energy needed to change ice to steam.
Interesting Links Related to Chapter 13
This video shows you why metal things feel colder than nonmetal things.
Joule showed that heat is energy by raising the temperature of a liquid with the motion of a paddlewheel. This video shows an attempt to recreate that experiment.
This is a good biography of James Joule.
This is a good demonstration of latent heat.
Extra Problems for Chapter 13
Extra problems for Chapter 13
This gives you more practice on the problems in chapter 13. Here are the solutions.