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Thermodynamics basics

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3.unit of temperature used everywhere excpt the United States
5.amount of energy needed to raises the temperature of 1g of water by 1 degree Celsius
7.reaction where energy is absorbed
8.this is what causes a full cup of water to decrease in volume over a period of days
9.a fire is an example of this type of reaction
13.During a chemical reaction this includes everything except where the reaction is occuring
15.During a chemical reaction this is where we want to focus our attention
16.the amount of heat an object can absorb before its temperature increases
17.stored energy
18.technique of measuring the heat of a reaction using a styrofoam cup
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1.insulated device used to measure the energy of a chemical reaction
2.transfer of energy between two objects
4.for water it is 4.18 J/g C
6.is what you find on the back of food labels to indicate the amount of energy contained in the food
10.this occurs on the outside of a cold drink and looks like beads of water
11.measure of the average kinetic energy of molecules in a sample
12.energy of motion
14.unit of energy you calculate when calculating the heat of a reaction

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