How does the mass of water change as it is heated?
it doesn't. Through the law of conservation of mass what goes in must come out.
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the mass doesn't increase. the volume increases as density decreases cause D=m/v
E=mc^2 states that energy is mass and mass is energy. Therefore if you add heat energy to a body its mass increases. For example when water is heated in a microwave oven; the …oven adds about 1.11x10^-17 of mass for every joule of heat added to the water. This is a tiny amount but a change none the less.
No because the solid just melted thats all and the volume expanded
You will not detect any change in the mass of copper as a result of heating it, although in theory, there is a very slight increase in mass which results from adding heat ener…gy, in accordance with Einstein's famous equation, e = mc 2 .
Heat can turn water from solid to liquid by melting, and it can change liquid to gas through boiling.
Pure water has no taste. The taste in water you are referring to is a result of the other materials in water. The change in the taste as a result of temperature change would d…epend upon what is in the water.
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because energy equals mass times speed of velocity squared, if an object has greater energy, that energy can also format into mass, a cold object weighs less than the same obj…ect that is hot.
Specific heat capacity is by definition a per-unit-mass property. Therefore it does not depend on the mass of the substance.
No. The water isn't destroyed, it's just turning into really thin watervapour. If you stuck a bowl with water in an air proof container and letthe water evaporate until the b…owl got empty, the container wouldweigh just as much as before. Only now the water is in thecontainer and not the bowl.
describe how heating can change the water
That one is easy. It becomes a gas. That process is called "Vaporation". The steam that comes out of the water is the gas. It only becomes a gas when the water boils.
It doesn't, water turns into steam, or a gas when heated. Water turns into a solid when cooled
Nope. Water heated, turned to steam, or frozen into a solid (ice), it is still good old water. If there was a chemical change, it would no longer be water.
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The density of water changes at different temperatures. As temperature goes up, density goes down.
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