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How To Find Specific Heat Capacity

How To Find Specific Heat Capacity

Submitted by • May 22, 2013 physics.tutorcircle.com

According to the kinetic theory of matter, the molecules of the substance have kinetic energy due to their motion. When a substance is heated, its molecule absorbs heat energy and move with higher kinetic energy. Substance having equal masses requires different amount of heat. This specific property of a substance is called specific heat capacity. In this section we will learn more about specific heat.

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