Energy required to get 1 kg of lead to a given temp from 0 K

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can anybody tell me how do I work out how much energy it takes to get an atom of say lead to a given temprature from 0 kelvin
 
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Again, temperature is a statistical property of LARGE number of atoms, not one atom. So your question does not make sense, since "tempretature of an atom" does not make sense.
 
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ok them how do I work out how much energy it takes to get 1 kg of lead to a given temprature from 0 kelvin
 
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Can anny body please help me find a formula to work out how much enery it takes to get 1 kg of lead to a given temprature from 0 Kelvin
 
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ok them how do I work out how much energy it takes to get 1 kg of lead to a given temprature from 0 kelvin
Are you familiar with the the idea of specific heat? If not, Google for "specific heat".
 
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Can anny body please help me find a formula to work out how much enery it takes to get 1 kg of lead to a given temprature from 0 Kelvin
you have already asked this question in your other thread

@Nugatory already gave you a clue to go look up

but you didn't bother to respond

It is not a good thing to ask the same question in multiple threads


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