The diagram shows a cooling curve for salol. Notice that the temperature stays the same during the state change (freezing), and this is the melting point (or freezing point) of the salol. A ...
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A bimetallic strip is made from two different metals joined together. The effect of heating a bimetallic strip is shown in the diagram. Which pair of metals could used in the experiment to make the strip bend downwards? The table below shows the length increase in mm on heating 2 metre strips of the metals by 10 o C. [8i-95]
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Heat energy is needed to increase the temperature of an object. The amount of energy needed depends on the mass of the object, the type of material it is made from and the temperature increase.