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Grade: 11
        
How to calculate molar specific heat of gas in thermodynamics
one year ago

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Arun
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Molar specific heat is in units of J/K mol and is the amount of heat needed (in joules) to raise the temperature of 1 mole of something, by 1 kelvin (assuming no phase changes).

So, the conversion factor you need, from dimension analysis, will have unit Kg/mol.

 

Kg/mol is the SI unit for molar mass.

 

Multiply the specific heat by the molar mass to get the molar specific heat.

one year ago
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