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Define Temperature Temperature is the measure of hotness or coldness of a body
What are the units of Temperature? The SI unit of Temperature is the kelvin (K)
What is Heat Capacity? The Heat Capacity of an object is the heat energy needed to change its temperature by 1K (1 degree C)
What is the formula for Heat Capacity? Q = C X (change in temperature)
Define 'Specific Heat Capacity' The Specific Heat Capacity of a substance is the heat energy needed to change the temperature of one KG of that substance by one K (kelvin)
What is the unit for Specific Heat Capacity? Joule per KG per K ( J kg-1 K-1)
Formula for Specific Heat Capacity Heat (lost) OR (added) = Mass x Specific Heat Capacity x (rise) OR (fall) in temperature