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PHYS1110 Investigation 1

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Physics Mechanics Continuum mechanics Heat transfer Thermodynamics State functions Temperature Kettle Heat Thermodynamic temperature Water vapor Gas constant
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Physics Mechanics Continuum mechanics Heat transfer Thermodynamics State functions Temperature Kettle Heat Thermodynamic temperature Water vapor Gas constant
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Risk Assessment Statement I agree to follow these risk control methods and conduct the experiment safely. Results This photo shows the equipment used in my experiment: The initial temperature of the water is assumed to be 25°C. Power used by my kettle is 2300W. Smallest volume of water that submerges the heating element: 0.50L Han Yubing Z5125574 1 ________________ Tabulated results: Volume (L) = Mass (kg)v Time 1 (s) Time 2 (s) Time 3 (s) Average Time (s) 0.50 100.35 96.43 91.06 95.95 0.75 140.97 136.48 130.65 136.03 1.00 178.97 175.73 173.21 175.97 1.25 217.94 216.07 213.32 215.78 1.50 261.35 257.78 261.02 260.05 Analysis of results 1) Uncertainty • The average time take for the kettle to boil for each of the masses ...
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