Physics

How do I find the specific heat of an object?


Answers

shaun1

4 years ago Comment

c = Q / (mΔT)

c - specific heat
Q - amount of heat
m - mass
ΔT - change in temperature

this comes from the equation Q=mcΔT

Bhartman

4 years ago Comment

if you are given heat and you have to find specific heat , so you have to use this formula

i² x r x t = m x s x  Δt
where 
I = current
R = resistance
T = time
M= mass
S = specific heat
Δt = change in temperature