# Finding Literature Heat Capacity Values

1. Apr 9, 2007

### thisbmagic32

I need to find the heat capacities of
CO2 (g), CH4 (g), C3H8 (g) , HCl (g)
Al (s) , Ag (s) , Ti (s)

if anyone can post a link or let me know what the heat capacities of these substances are I'd greatly appreciate it

2. Apr 9, 2007

### aqua regia

Search the internet for "heat capacity CO2", or some other variation.

3. Apr 9, 2007

### chaoseverlasting

You can use the equation for heat capacity :

$$C=\frac{P}{n} \frac{dv}{dt} +C_v$$
where f is the degrees of freedom of each gas and $$C_v$$ is the heat capacity at constant volume and $$\frac{P}{n} \frac{dv}{dt}$$ depends on the process it goes through.