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- Heat capacity & delta temperature to transferred thermal energy
- Heat transferred & temperature change to heat capacity
- Specific heat capacity & total mass to heat capacity
- Heat capacity & total mass to specific heat capacity
- Volumetric heat capacity & total volume to heat capacity
- Heat capacity & total volume to volumetric heat capacity
- Molar heat capacity & amount of substance to heat capacity
- Heat capacity & amount of substance to molar heat capacity
Use this calculator to determine the change in temperature of a substance in kelvin (K), degrees Celsius (°C), degrees Fahrenheit (°F) or degrees Rankine (°R) units, from the total heat or thermal energy transferred and its heat capacity.
The formula used by this calculator to determine the change in temperature from the transference of heat and the heat capacity is:
ΔT = Q / C
- ΔT = Temperature change
- Q = Heat transferred
- C = Heat capacity
Heat Transferred (Q)
This is the total heat or thermal energy transferred.
Heat Capacity (C)
This is the amount of thermal energy required to raise a substance or material by one unit of temperature.
Temperature Change (ΔT)
This is the total change in temperature caused by the transfer of heat.
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