Specific heat capacity unit (volume ratio) conversion online calculator
Specific heat capacity: also known as specific heat capacity, referred to as specific heat, is the heat capacity per unit mass of material, that is, the internal energy absorbed or released when the unit mass object changes unit temperature. Specific heat capacity is a physical quantity that represents the thermal properties of a substance. Usually indicated by the symbol c. Specific heat capacity is related to the state of matter and the type of matter.
The unit of specific heat capacity is in accordance with the unit.
In the international system of units, the main unit of energy, work, and heat is unified into joules. The main unit of temperature is Kelvin. Therefore, the international unit of specific heat capacity is J/(kg·K), which is read as “focus [ear] per kilogram [ Ervin]".
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