## What is the specific heat of aluminum in J kg K?

903

10.5 Specific Heat and Calorimetry

Table of Contents

Material | Specific Heat (J/kg•K) |
---|---|

Aluminum | 903 |

Brass | 376 |

Carbon | 710 |

Copper | 385 |

## What is the specific heat capacity of Aluminium?

900 J/kg°C.

The actual value for the specific heat capacity of aluminium is 900 J/kg°C.

**What is the specific heat of steel in J kg K?**

Steel: 420 J/kg°C.

### What is the specific heat capacity of copper in J kg C?

389

5.2. 3.1 Specific heat capacity

Materials | Specific Heat Capacities [J/(kg·K)] |
---|---|

Copper | 389 |

Silver | 235 |

Brass | 375 |

Carbon | 710 |

### Why does aluminum have a high specific heat capacity?

The SHC of aluminum will be higher than iron and copper, this is because the volume the less dense the meta lis, thus the higher the SHC because the metals contains big atoms which slowly heat up thus more energy is needed to make the molecules get hot and move around.

**What is meant by the statement that the specific heat capacity of water is 4200 J kg K?**

The specific heat capacity of water is 4,200 Joules per kilogram per degree Celsius (J/kg°C). This means that it takes 4,200 J to raise the temperature of 1 kg of water by 1°C. Lead will warm up and cool down faster because it doesn’t take much energy to change its temperature.

## What is the specific heat of silver in J kg C?

235

## What is the specific heat capacity of oil in J kg C?

Oil specific heat capacity heat is not a constant. It depends on the temperature and is usually in the range of 1.67-2.5 kJ/kg×ºС.

**Does aluminum have low heat capacity?**

Now to aluminum. Its heat capacity is not all that low. It is way higher than those of titanium, iron, copper, not to mention the heavier metals. It is, however, low when compared to water.

### What is specific heat capacity of copper in kg?

If heat capacity of copper of mass 1 kg is 100 cal/c then specific heat capacity of copper is 1170.

### What is the K value of aluminum?

239

3.14. 5 Thermal conductivity coefficient

Metals | Liquids | |
---|---|---|

Aluminium | 239 | Benzene |

Antimony | 18 | Carbon tetrachloride |

Brass (60/40) | 96 | Ethanol (ethyl alcohol) |

Cadmium | 92 |

**What are the thermal properties of aluminium?**

Table 2.

Property | Value |
---|---|

Melting Point (°C) | 660.2 |

Boiling Point (°C) | 2480 |

Mean Specific Heat (0-100°C) (cal/g.°C) | 0.219 |

Thermal Conductivity (0-100°C) (cal/cms. °C) | 0.57 |

## What is the heat capacity of aluminum per mole?

Specific heats and molar heat capacities for various substances at 20 C

Substance | c in J/gm K | Molar C J/mol K |
---|---|---|

Aluminum | 0.900 | 24.3 |

Bismuth | 0.123 | 25.7 |

Copper | 0.386 | 24.5 |

Brass | 0.380 | … |

## Why aluminium has highest specific heat capacity?

**What heats faster aluminum or steel?**

Heat sinks for electronic parts are made of aluminum due to the metal’s good thermal conductivity. Aluminium dissipates heat up to 15 times faster than stainless steel.