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2015-07-01T19:38:50+05:30
Specific heat is an intensive property (like density, color, etc.) that does not depend on the amount of a substance present. This allows substances to be identified using their specific heat.ex:-We know that heat flows from the hotter body to the cooler body. Hence, the water at the higher temperature will "loose" heat and the water at the lower initial temperature will "gain" heat. The correct way of describing this situation is by saying that heat will be transferred from the hotter to the cooler water...
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