What amount of heat is released when 1 kg of tin is cooled by 10 ° C?

Initial data: m (mass of cooled tin) = 1 kg; Δt (change in tin temperature) = 10 ºС.

Reference data: according to the condition Co (specific heat capacity of tin) = 250 J / (kg * ºС).

The amount of heat that is released during cooling of tin is determined by the formula: Q = Co * m * Δt.

Calculation: Q = 250 * 1 * 10 = 2500 J (2.5 kJ).

Answer: d) when 1 kg of tin is cooled, 2500 J of heat is released.

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