@zugedanit (1958)
February 17, 2007 4:31am CST
What is the specific heat capacity of water please?
2 responses
• Malaysia
17 Feb 07
its 4.2 kj(kilojoules) but is u need to convert it to joules just times 1000. u would usually be provided with this kind of information on the question or the data booklet that will be provided. good luck :)
@lenywp (1964)
• Australia
17 Feb 07
Water has a mass-specific heat capacity of about 4184 joules per kelvin per kilogram. I hope this helps! :)