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What is heat capacity? Explain the difference between heat capacity and specific heat capacity.
Chemical reactions and Stoichiometry
University of Central Florida
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the question is asking us what is its capacity? So, uh, hit capacity this capacity, it's ah, measure off a system's ability to absolve the more energy from a heat without on the going and large change in temperature. So we are measuring a systems measure system's ability Misha system's ability thio abs are Thoma energy We thous luck change in temperature and, uh, the capacity is represented as happy to see were the happy to see if he was to the, uh its energy change divided by Dr T And this is Joe's for Greece. So she's okay then The question has got us again. What is the difference between its capacity and specific its capacity. So we also have a specific eat capacity. So the specimen it capacity is the amount off beads that is required. Thio race one gram off a softness by one degree. So she it not off each acquired See race one ground off the south stairs by one degree Celsius. Okay, so that is what because specific its capacity. And, uh, that's just represented Haas s Schmall see with sub script s most of the time on some people represented as a cover to see which subsequent tests that kind of Berries in the unit off. This is, uh, mean Joe's, uh, ground degrees. Cautious because the specific its capacity C S is the the Q divided by the mass since the state of rapturous one mole, one ground by one of your associates so that this mass divided by changing temperature. Yeah, Chief. So that's the difference between it.
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