The equation for specific heat capacity allows you to work out the energy produced. If the value in J or kJ is positive then the reaction is exothermic, because it produced an excess of energy. If the value is negative then of course it's endothermic, because it requires an input of energy, so that the reaction even takes place.
molar heat capacity is the product of specific heat capacity and molecular weight molar heat capacity=specific heat capacity*molecular weight
The specific heat capacity of polyester is 2.35degrees
Heat capacity = mass x specific heat capacity
Gold has the lowest specific heat capacity.
heat capacity- ML2T-2K-1 Specific Heat Capacity-M0L2T-2K-1
Lithium is the metal that has the highest specific heat capacity.
sand have low specific heat capacity.
Specific Heat Capacity of Zinc: 0.39 (kJ/kg K)
specific heat is directly proportional to heat capacity
A calorimeter can be used to calculate specific heat capacity.
Liquid water has the highest specific heat capacity.
Heat capacity (or its mass normalized relative, specific heat capacity) can be calculated by comparing the difference in heat flow.
The specific heat capacity of plastic, c = 39.6k JKg-1K-1
The specific heat capacity of sulfuric acidis 1,34 kJ/kg.K.
Radon, with a specific heat capacity of 0.094 j/(g*K).
The specific heat capacity of water does not change much within-phase (ie, as a solid it has one specific heat capacity, as a liquid/gas it has another)
Thermal capacity is equals to the product of the mass of the body and its specific gravity. Thus, specific heat is equals to the thermal capacity divided by the mass of the body. Now, if the mass of tue body be unity then specific heat will be equals to the thermal capacity of the body. So, thermal capacity of unit mass of a substance is equals to its specific heat
A material with a high specific heat capacity has a high capacity for storing heat energy
that sand has a low specific heat capacity
Specific heat capacity is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one gram of a substance through one degree celsius. Metals have a low specific heat capacity.
What is the specific heat capacity of kno3
No, enzymes lower the amount of energy required to complete specific reactions. They are catalysts.
The heat capacity depends on the mass of a material and is expressed in j/K.The specific heat capacity not depends on the mass of a material and is expressed in j/mol.K.
Specific heat capacity is heat capacity per unit mass. So it depends on the exact alloy composity of your penny, and not on its size.In a typical US post-1962 penny, the specific heat capacity is about .39 kJ/kgKIn a US penny from 1864-1962, the specific heat capacity would be a little less than this. The same was true from 1837-1857.From 1793-1837, the specific heat capacity was about .39 kJ/kgK.