specific heat capacity


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specific heat capacity

n
(General Physics) the heat required to raise unit mass of a substance by unit temperature interval under specified conditions, such as constant pressure: usually measured in joules per kelvin per kilogram. Symbol: cp (for constant pressure) Also called: specific heat
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All of the data used to develop Dunlap's equation were taken with ovendried samples, although some of his data sets show what he called the effect of steaming that increased the specific heat capacity significantly.
In a relatively thin-walled steel casting, most of the super heat and part of the latent heat of the liquid metal are accumulated in the investment ceramic shell, where specific heat capacity plays an important role.
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The specific heat capacity of ACOF was determined with a continuous C p mode of micro-calorimeter.
2] is the existence of the 'pseudo-critical' temperature at which significant changes to the specific heat capacity (cp) occur.
3]); Cp--the specific heat capacity at constant pressure (J/(kg x K)); T--the absolute temperature (K); q--the heat flux by conduction (W/[m.
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Differential thermal analysis device is one of the thermal identification and analysis devices, which is used for the determination of enthalpy changes and the value of specific heat capacity of materials at constant pressure in an exothermic or endothermic chemical reaction.