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Which units express specific heat capacity? J/°C, J/K, cal/°C cal/K J /(gi°C), J/(giK), cal/(gi°C), cal/(giK) J, cal °C, K

Ralph Lopez

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Nicholas Rivera on October 5, 2018

Answer : The correct option is .Explanation :Specific heat capacity : it is defined as the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one gram of substance by one degree Celsius.Formula :where,q = heat requiredm = Massc = specific heat capacity = change in temperatureThe unit of heat is expressed in terms of Joules or calories.The unit of temperature can be expressed in terms of degree Celsius, and kelvin.It is expressed as .

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