A calorimeter contains ice. The energy of 500 calories is required to heat the system from 270 K to 272 K and energy of 16600 calories is required to heat that system from 272 K to 274 K. The heat capacity is defined as the product of mass of the object and its specific heat. The specific heat of ice is0.5 cal/g K. The heat capacity of calorimeter is |
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(a) |
(b) |
(c) |
120 |
(d) |
180 |

A calorimeter contains ice. The energy of 500 calories is required to heat the system from 270 K to 272 K and energy of 16600 calories is required to heat that system from 272 K to 274 K. The heat capacity is defined as the product of mass of the object and its specific heat. The specific heat of ice is0.5 cal/g K. The heat capacity of calorimeter is |
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(a) |
(b) |
(c) |
120 |
(d) |
180 |

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