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2014-09-22T19:28:10+05:30
Heat capacity : it is the ratio of heat absorbed by a material to the change in temparature.its SI unit is Joules per kilogram Kelvin
specific heat capacity: it is the amount of heat required to raise the temparature of 1kg mass by 1 degree celsius
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2014-09-22T19:59:36+05:30
Specific heat  is the quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of 1kgsubstance  by 1 degree celcious ie Q =MCT  Where Q=quantity of heat ,M=mass  C=sp.heat capacity,and T=temperature difference. heat capacity is the ability of the heat  used to develop temperature difference between the masses
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