Reflection: Staircase of Complexity Tracking Energy Flow in Heat-Related problems - Section 3: Whole Class Calorimetry Problem Practice


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Tracking Energy Flow in Heat-Related problems

Unit 8: Calorimetry
Lesson 4 of 5

Objective: SWBAT define specific heat and identify the direction of energy flow both conceptually and quantitatively using the calorimetry equation.

Big Idea: Amount of heat transferred to a substance, its mass and identity, and the temperature change of the substance are all related.

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