Calculate the change in heat of the aluminum; show all calculations. Calculate the change in heat of the water; show all calculations. Are the two values the same? Why or why not? See the attached picture for the numbers.
I got -3443.14 J for the aluminum and 3443.595 for the water
How well a material conducts current is an internal factor affecting resistance.A shorter wire will allow electricity to move through at a higher rate than a longer wire.When a light is first switched on, the light bulb's filament has a lower resistance than after it gives off light for awhile.Superconductors have no measurable resistance.If you double the thickness of a wire, you cut the resistance in half.A short, thick, cold wire is the best conductor.
Thickness, length, and temperature are internal factors that affect resistance.The resistance in a wire with less thickness is less.The higher the temperature of the conductor, the lower the resistance.If you double the length of a wire, you cut the resistance in half.