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1 High Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 1 The specific heat capacity of a material is defined as the energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 kg of the material by 1 o C. material iron aluminium copper lead concrete specific heat capacity (J/kg/ o C) The table shows a range of materials and their specific heat capacities. Hassan wants to design a container in which he can heat water. He has containers made out of the materials shown in the table. (a)(i) Draw a bar graph to display the specific heat capacities for these materials. (ii) If each container has a mass of 1 kg, which material would need the least energy to heat it through 1 o C? (iii) Hassan decides not to choose a container made out of this material. Why not? [2] (Continued )

2 QUESTIONSHEET 1 CONTINUED (b) (i) A copper container of mass 500g is used to heat water. Using the equation: Energy supplied = mass specific heat capacity rise in temperature (J) (kg) (J/kg/ o C) ( o C) calculate the amount of energy needed to raise its temperature from 20 o C to 100 o C. (ii) Calculate the amount of energy saved by using the copper container rather than an aluminium container of mass 500g.... [3] TOTAL / 9

3 High Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 2 Debbie and Asha are using a burning peanut to heat water in a boiling tube. thermometer water (a) What can they find out about the peanut by doing this experiment? (b) (i) The equation: Energy supplied = mass x specific heat capacity x temperature rise (J) (kg) (J/kg/ o C) ( o C) can be used to calculate the energy supplied to the water in the boiling tube. The temperature of the water rose from 20 o C to 70 o C. If there were 20g of water in the tube, and the specific heat capacity of water is 4200 J/kg/ o C, calculate the energy supplied to the water. (ii) The amount of energy stored in a peanut is much greater than this. Give two reasons why all the energy from the peanut did not go into heating the water. (c) At the end of the experiment, the outside of the tube was covered in a black deposit. (i) What was this? burning peanut (ii) Where had it come from? TOTAL / 7

4 High Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 3 The diagram shows a house without any insulation. The percentage of the energy lost from different parts of the house during the year is shown. roof 20% (a) The total cost of the energy lost during the year is This represents 35% of the total heating bill for the house. (i) Calculate the cost of heating the house for one year. (ii) Calculate the cost of the energy wasted through the floor. (iii) Suggest one way of reducing the amount of heat energy escaping through the door other than draught proofing. (b)the table shows some types of methods used to conserve energy, their installation costs and the amount of money that this method would save in a year. Assume each method reduces heat loss by 80% Place of installation walls 35% windows 15% Method of insulation door 15% Purchase cost ( ) Cost of energy wasted per year ( ) Cost of energy saved per year ( ) Roof Rock-wool or Fibre-glass in loft Walls Cavity wall filling Windows Double glazing Doors Draught-proofing floor (i) Complete the table by calculating the cost of the energy saved in one year for each method of insulation (The double-glazing has been done for you). [3] (Continued...)

5 QUESTIONSHEET 3 CONTINUED (ii) Calculate the length of time needed to payback the initial purchase cost of Double-glazing. (Assume the cost of the energy does not change). (iii) Which type of insulation would you install first? Explain why.... [3] TOTAL / 12

6 High Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 4 (a) Architects calculate heat loss from houses using a factor called the U-value. They use the following formula: Heat loss per second = area x temperature difference x U-value (W) (m 2 ) ( o C) What are the units of the U-value? (b)below are some U-values for different parts of the house. Part of house U-value Single-glazed window 5.5 Double-glazed window 3.0 Roof 2.0 Insulated roof 0.5 Cavity wall 1.5 Insulated cavity wall 0.5 An insulated roof measures 10 m by 8 m. The temperature inside is 20 o C and outside is 2 o C. Calculate the heat loss per second through the roof.... [3] TOTAL / 4

7 High Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 5 Some people have solar panels to heat their water mounted on their roofs. The diagram below shows the set up of a solar panel hot water out storage tank (d) (i) cold water in copper pipe box with glass top and dull black base (a) Explain why the surface is a dull black. (b) Why is it covered with glass? (c) (i) Why are the pipes arranged in a zig-zag pattern? (ii) Why should the pipe linking the solar panel to the hot water tank be as short as possible? What makes the water move through the pipes? (ii) Why is the storage tank usually fitted higher than the panel? (e) The house would normally have an alternative method of heating the water. Explain why. TOTAL / 9

8 High Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 6 (a) Explain why birds fluff up their feathers in cold weather. (b) Tramps will often wrap themselves in newspaper at night. Why does this help them to keep warm? (c) Design an experiment or series of experiments to compare the insulating properties of feathers and of newspaper. Mention the controls you would use to ensure that the experiments were fair.... [8] TOTAL / 11

9 High Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 7 The energy needed to change the temperature of a substance depends on the mass of the substance, the temperature and the specific heat capacity of the substance. (a) Calculate the amount of energy needed to change the temperature of: (i) 500 g of water by 5 o C (specific heat capacity of water is 4200 J/kg o C)... [3] (ii) 100 g of aluminium from 10 0 C to 30 0 C (specific heat capacity of aluminium is 880 J/kg o C)... [3] (b)a 4 kg lump of iron is given 20 kj of energy. It rises in temperature by 10 o C. Calculate the specific heat capacity of iron.... [3] (c) At the seaside on a hot day, the sand feels warm, but the sea is cold. Explain this. TOTAL / 11

10 High Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 8 (a) A kettle has a power rating of 3 kw. 1.5 kg of water at 5 o C are put in the kettle. Assuming no heat is lost: (i) how much energy is needed to boil the kettle?... [3] (ii) how long will the kettle take to boil?... [3] (the specific heat capacity for water is 4200 J/kg 0 C) (b) How long would the kettle take to boil if 2 kg of ice at 0 o C was put in it? (latent heat of fusion of ice is J/kg)... [4] TOTAL / 10

11 Medium Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 9 (a) All metals expand when they are heated, but by differing amounts. Aluminium expands more than copper, which expands more than iron. Draw labelled diagrams to show what you would expect to see when the following bimetal strips are heated to 300 o C: (i) Copper and iron [2] (ii) copper and aluminium [2] (b)(i) Explain how bimetallic strips can be used to make a thermostat.... [4] TOTAL / 8

12 Medium Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 10 (a) Explain how the following methods of insulating a house help to reduce heat loss. (i) double glazing. (ii) lining the loft with fibre glass. (iii) the use of thick carpets. (b) Air is a very poor conductor of heat. Why is air replaced by foam in cavity wall insulation? (c) Explain why a string vest keeps a person warm, even though it is only a collection of holes. TOTAL / 10

13 Medium Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 11 (a) The linear expansivity of a substance is the amount by which one metre length will increase for every one degree Celsius rise in temperature. Engineers can use this to work out how much their materials will expand over the range of temperature in which they are to be used. (i) Why is it important to know this when building a bridge? (ii) The linear expansivity of steel is m per o C. What will be the length of a 500 m steel bridge if the temperature rises by 50 o C?... [3] (b) The linear expansivity of copper is m per o C and that of aluminium m per o C. Which of the will expand most, 50 m of copper heated by 40 o C or 50 m of aluminium heated by 30 o C? Justify your answers by calculations.... [4] (c) How was the idea of expansivity used in fitting metal tyres to wooden cart wheels? TOTAL / 11

14 Medium Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 12 (a)carol is testing 2 cups to see which has the best insulating properties. The table shows the data when the same volume of hot water is placed in each cup, and the temperature monitored for 10 minutes. time (min) paper cup polystyrene cup paper polystyrene (i) Plot graphs of temperature and time for each cup on the same axes. [5] (Continued...)

15 QUESTIONSHEET 12 CONTINUED (ii) How long did each cup take to cool from 80 o C to 70 o C? paper cup: polystyrene cup: (iii) Which cup was the best insulator? (iv) Explain your answer in (a)(iii). (b) Carol put lids on the containers and repeated the experiment. (i) What effect would you expect to see on her results? (ii) Explain your answer in (b)(ii) TOTAL / 11

16 Medium Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 13 Mark sets up an experiment to investigate the heat loss from containers covered with different materials (a) (i) temperature/ 0 C time/min The graph shows cooling curves for 3 containers. A is a pyrex beaker B is a pyrex beaker covered with aluminium foil C is a pyrex beaker painted black. Each beaker has a lid. After what time is the temperature 80 o C for each beaker? A:... [1] B:... [1] C:... [1] B A C (ii) What is the temperature of each beaker after 10 minutes? A:... [1] B:... [1] C:... [1] (Continued...)

17 QUESTIONSHEET 13 CONTINUED (b)(i) Which beaker is the best emitter of heat? (ii) How is the heat being lost? (iii) Name two other ways that heat can be lost when a body is hotter than its surroundings. TOTAL / 10

18 Medium Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 14 The diagram shows the important parts of a hot water system in a home. Expansion pipe Cold water supply Hot water storage tank Hot tap (a) (i) Name the main process whereby heat is transferred through the sides of the hot water tank to the surroundings. (ii) Name the main heat transfer process whereby heat is transferred from the flames to the bottom of the boiler. (b) State why an expansion pipe is needed. Boiler For the following question use the theory of the arrangement of particles in solids, liquids and gasses to help you to answer the question. (c) Explain the difference between the conduction and convection in solids liquids and gases.... [4] TOTAL / 8

19 Medium Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 15 Explain each of the following: (a) a chimney and fire help to ventilate a room. (b) a glider is able to stay in the air. (c) it is best to crawl along the floor in a smoke-filled room. (d) people wear light coloured clothing in Summer. (e) frost is more likely to form on a clear night than on one which is cloudy. TOTAL / 10

20 Medium Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 16 (a) Explain how perspiration helps to keep you cool.... [3] (b) When walking on a mountain in wet weather a person s clothing became soaked. Explain why this could be dangerous to the person s health.... [3] (c) For each of the list of conditions needed to dry clothes on a washing line as quickly as possible, explain the science behind them. (i) the air should be dry (ii) the day should be windy (iii) large items such as sheets should be well spread out. TOTAL / 12

21 Low Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 17 Mary has just received her gas bill for the winter quarter. She is amazed at how high it is. Her friend Rita suggests that she should insulate her house. (a) Why would insulation reduce her gas bill? where heat lost walls roof windows floors % loss (b) The table shows the percentage heat loss through parts of a house. (i) Draw a bar graph to display the results. (ii) Where is most energy lost from the house? (iii) Name the types of insulation she should consider for each area: walls:... [1] [2] roof:... [1] windows:... [1] floor:... [1] TOTAL / 8

22 Low Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 18 The diagram shows a vacuum flask. It is designed to keep heat from entering or leaving the flask. The table below shows a design feature to help to stop heat being transferred and a type of heat transfer. Design feature Silvered inner walls Plastic stopper Vacuum within inner cavity Heat transfer process Conduction Convection Radiation (a) Link the design feature to the type of heat transfer that it is designed to reduce. (Continued...)

23 QUESTIONSHEET 18 CONTINUED Below is a paragraph of text describing heat transfer. Insert a keyword into the blank spaces. The keywords are:- CONDUCTION CONVECTION RADIATION. The keywords may be used once, more than once or not at all. (b) The main type of heat energy transfer in solids is. The main type of energy transfer process in liquids is. The main type of heat energy transfer process in gases is. The Sun s heat rays pass through outer space towards Earth by a process called. [4] (c) The diagram shows a flask that has a crack in one of the inner walls. crack Explain why the flask did not work as efficiently. TOTAL / 8

24 Low Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 19 0 o C 20 o C 37 o C 50 o C 100 o C 176 o C 1530 o C (a) From the list of temperatures given above, select the most likely value for each of the following: (i) the boiling point of pure water at normal pressure... [1] (ii) the body temperature of a healthy person... [1] (iii) the melting point of iron... [1] (iv) normal room temperature... [1] (v) the melting point of pure ice... [1] (b) State two ways in which a clinical thermometer differs from a laboratory thermometer. (c) What are the two most common liquids used in a laboratory thermometer? TOTAL / 9

25 Low Demand Questions QUESTIONSHEET 20 Complete the following sentences. currents form when liquids are heated. The hot liquid and the cold liquid. Energy travels through space by, which can be reflected by. Shiny surfaces are and dull black ones are. The unit of energy is the. Energy travels through the bottom of a saucepan by. Metals are good whereas plastics are good. TOTAL / 11

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