Definition of Specific Heat Capacity: A substance's specific heat capacity is the amount of energy needed per unit mass to increase the temperature by or . Formula of Specific Heat Capacity: Specific Heat Capacity, , where is the mass of substance, is heat absorbed, and is the change in temperature. S.I. unit of Specific Heat Capacity:
Therefore, the S.I. unit of specific heat capacity is .
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