## Temperature Formula :

Temperature Formula is difference ∆T_{(c)} in Celsius is equal to the amount of heat absorbed or released Q_{(J)} in joules divided by the mass of the body m _{(g/kg/t)} in gram, kilogram and tone and specific heat of the body c_{(j/kg)} in joule kilogram degree Celsius. Hence Temperature Formula can be written as

**∆T _{(c)}=Q_{(J)}/m _{(g/kg/t)}*c_{(j/kg)}**

∆T → temperature difference in Celsius

Q → amount of heat absorbed or released in joules

m → mass of the body in gram (g), kilogram (kg) and tone (t)

c → specific heat of the body in J/kg

## Sample Examples :

### Example 1:

Calculate the temperature if 300J of heat is released by the body of mass 6 kg and has a specific heat of 0.8 J/Kg^{0} C ?

### Solution :

Given,

Heat released Q=300J

Mass m=6kg

Specific Heat c=0.8 J/Kg^{0} C

The temperature is given by ∆T=Q/mc

=300/6*0.8

=300/4.8

=62.5

∆T=62.5^{0}c

### Example 2:

Calculate the heat released when the temperature changes by 80^{0 }C by a body of mass 5 kg which has a specific heat of 0.9J/ Kg^{0} C?

### Solution :

Given,

Temperature change =80^{0 }C

Mass=5Kg

Specific heat c=0.9J/ Kg^{0} C

The Heat released is given by formula Q=mc∆T

=5*0.9*80

Q =360J