quantitykind:SpecificHeatCapacity

Type
Description

Properties
$$L^2/\Theta \cdot T^2$$
$$m^2/K \cdot s^2$$
"Specific Heat Capacity} of a solid or liquid is defined as the heat required to raise unit mass of substance by one degree of temperature. This is \textit{Heat Capacity} divied by \textit{Mass". Note that there are corresponding molar quantities.
Annotations
Specific Heat Capacity(en)

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