Specific Heat Capacity
Specific Heat Capacity can be defined as the amount of heat that must be supplied or deducted from a unit of mass of a substance in order to cause an increase or decrease of one unit in temperature.
In the International System of Units Specific Heat Capacity is measured in Joule per kilogram and kelvin (J/K/Kg).
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