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The specific heat of water and varies with temperatures

The specific heat of water and varies with temperatures

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Umakant Biswal
753 Points
4 years ago
dear mahima
Specific heat is a measure of the ability of the substance to absorb heat
The heat goes first into increasing the kinetic energies of the molecules.
Molecules can also store energy in vibrations and rotations. These energies are quantized

As the substance heats up, the average kinetic energy of the molecules increases.

The collisions impart enough energy to allow rotation to occur.

Rotation then contributes to the internal energy and raises the specific heat. 
so, once temp will increase , specific heat will increase . 
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