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2016-05-01T08:28:48+05:30
Q= ms∆t

s= Q/m∆t

where s is specific heat
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2016-05-01T08:43:06+05:30
The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of unit mass of the substance by 1°C is known as Specific heat of a substance . Its S.I unit is J/kg-K and its CGS unit is cal/g-°C.Its formula is given by 
                                         S=Q/(mΔT),
where,S is the specific heat,Q is the amount of heat,m is the mass and ΔT is the change in temperature.

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