Heat Capacity - Chemistry LibreTexts
The specific heat is an important part of energy calculations since it tells you how much energy is needed to move each Here are the specific heat values for water: Notice that the change from Celsius to Kelvin does not affect the value. Calculate the joules of heat absorbed or released during a process using the A change of one degree Kelvin is equal to a change of one degree Centigrade. convert it to degrees Kelvin by using the following formula: Answer: The specific heat capacity of water is (roughly) kilojoules / kg K. The quantitative relationship between heat transfer and temperature change contains all three factors: is the same in units of kelvin and degrees Celsius. We see from this table that the specific heat of water is five times that of glass and .
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