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Use this calculator to determine the heat capacity of a substance in joules per kelvin (J/K), joules per degree Celsius (J/°C), kilojoules per kelvin (kJ/K), kilojoules per degree Celsius (kJ/°C), british thermal units per degree Fahrenheit (Btu ISO/°F), british thermal units per degree Rankine (Btu ISO/°R), calories per degree Celsius (cal/°C) or kilocalories per degree Celsius (kcal/°C) units, from the total heat or thermal energy transferred and the resulting change in temperature.
The formula used by this calculator to determine the heat capacity from the heat transferred and change in temperature is:
C = Q / ΔT
- C = Heat capacity
- Q = Heat transferred
- ΔT = Temperature change
Heat Transferred (Q)
This is the total heat or thermal energy transferred.
Temperature Change (ΔT)
This is the total change in temperature caused by the transfer of heat.
Heat Capacity (C)
This is the amount of thermal energy required to raise a substance or material by one unit of temperature.
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