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patric44

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- Homework Statement:
- it was a problem written in a book , asking to calculate the specific heat of a substance given the specific heat of another one and their Debye temperatures

- Relevant Equations:
- C = constant/Θ^3

this is my attempt of a solution , but my only equation is should i convert Θ to Celsius , and if i did the specific heat of the other

substance is greater , how is that if its inversely proportional with temperature ! . and the other Θ is 200 K so it should be less ?!