Specific heat capacity (quite often called specific heat) is the amount of heat that a given mass of a material must absorb to raise its temperature by a specific amount.
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specific heats of the samples compare with the specific heat of water
specific heat of lpg
Specific heat has nothing to do with specific volume.
rice specific heat
Specific heat of sinter
specific heat is directly proportional to heat capacity
what is the specific heat for copper
specific heat of basalt is 0,2
Specific heat of sand is less than that of water.
The effect of temperature on specific heat of material is referred to as specific heat capacity.
molar heat capacity is the product of specific heat capacity and molecular weight molar heat capacity=specific heat capacity*molecular weight
the advantages to low specific heat is that it can transmit heat faster
Which compound has the highest specific heat?
Yes, all substances have a specific heat.
what the specific heat usefull
The specific heat of a substance depends on mass and temperature. ex. the specific heat of a heated pool is greater than the specific heat of a hot cup of tea.
Water has much higher specific heat than lead. All metals have fairly low specific heat values.
Specific heat capacity (not 'specific heat') is measured in joules per kilogram kelvin (J/kg.K).
heat constant = mass * specific heat capacity * temperature change
How liquids respond to heat depends on their specific heat.
The specific heat of soil is 123457 degress celcious.
The specific heat of americium is: 0,11 J/gK
What is the specific heat of granite?