SI unit of Specific Heat Capacity is?

A. Jg-3 K-1
B. J/(kg•K)
C. Jmolk-2
D. KJ/mol


Correct Answer: B. J/(kg•K)

Detail about MCQs

Specific heat capacity (also known as specific heat) is defined as the amount of heat energy required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of a substance by one degree Kelvin (or one degree Celsius). Therefore, its unit is joules per kilogram per Kelvin (J/(kg•K)).

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