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- Heat capacity converter
- Specific heat capacity converter
- Volumetric heat capacity converter
- Energy converter
- Amount of substance converter
- Temperature change converter
This molar heat capacity (MHC) units conversion tool will convert values of heat transferred per unit amount of substance and per unit of temperature into any combination of heat energy, amount of substance and delta temperature units.
Molar heat capacity (cm, cn, cmolar, cmol) is a measure of how much heat energy (Q) is required to be transferred to or from a solid, liquid or gas, in order to cause one unit amount of substance (n), to change by one unit of temperature (ΔT).
The SI unit for measuring molar heat capacity (MHC) is joules per mole per kelvin (J/mol·K).
In addition to common units used for specific heat capacity such as joules per cubic metre per kelvin (J/mol·K), calories per mole per degree Celsius (cal/mol·°C), kilocalories per mole per degree Celsius (kcal/mol·°C) and British thermal units per pound-mole per degree Fahrenheit (BTU/lb-mol·°F), you can also use other energy units combined with volumetric & temperature units, which are not normally used for quantities of heat and associated calculations.