Introduction to Modern Physics

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Data: T v Basic Equation: v Working Equation: Same Substitution: v 331 m/s 345 m/s a0.61 m/s bT °C 23°C? While standing with your bare feet on a cold tile floor. are warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer near the lake because of the high heat capacity of water.) specific heat heat mass weight change in temperature A list of specific heats is given in Table 15 of Appendix D.0 kg of steel to raise its temperature 150°C? The hour-long talk, given by De Leo-Winkler, will begin at 7 p.m.

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Publisher: McGraw-Hill (1969)

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