# Answer to Question #58112 in Mechanics | Relativity for Ojimi

Question #58112

1 The method of mixtures as a means of measuring the amount of heat of a substance depends of the principle of conservation of

momentum

energy

angular momentum

charge

2 Given that the specific capacity of ice is one-half that of water, does is take more thermal energy to raise the temperature of 5 g of water or 5 g of ice by

6oC

?

water

ice

It takes the same amount of thermal energy for each one

Each one requires specific latent heat of a vaporization

momentum

energy

angular momentum

charge

2 Given that the specific capacity of ice is one-half that of water, does is take more thermal energy to raise the temperature of 5 g of water or 5 g of ice by

6oC

?

water

ice

It takes the same amount of thermal energy for each one

Each one requires specific latent heat of a vaporization

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