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What is the specific heat of liquid sucrose?

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Don't know about liquid sucrose.... but the specific heat capacity of sucrose is 0.30. This means that 0.30 calories of heat are required to raise the temperature of one gram of sucrose by one degree celsius.

You sure you don't mean a sucrose solution... rather than liquid sucrose? Seems unlikely to have pure liquid sucrose, and very likely to have a water-based sucrose syrup solution. If that's the case, then it depends a great deal on the concentration of the solution itself.

According to the pdf (link to the left of this answer), the specific heat of sucrose solutions is:
40% sucrose sugar syrup: 0.66
60% sucrose sugar syrup: 0.74
However, note that it's in very strange units: Btu/lb . °F

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