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    Final Velocity of Block and Temperature Rises

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    Q.4. a- A 1-kg iron block is to be accelerated through a process that supplies it with 1 KJ of energy. Assuming all this energy appears as kinetic, what is the final velocity of the block?

    b- If the heat capacity of iron is 25.10 J/(mol K) and the molecular weight of iron is 55.85, how large a temperature rise would result from 1 KJ of energy supplied as heat?

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    (a) Let the final velocity of the block be v. Then we have

    1000 J = ...

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    The final velocity of block and temperature rises are examined. A complete, neat and step-by-step solutions are provided.

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