I have liquid natural gas, or LNG, at -165degrees Celsius. I want to know the total energy required to heat the gas up 50ml to 5 degrees Celsius.
Im assuming I need information regarding specific heat etc. Heat of vaporization maybe?
The Attempt at a Solution
Tried to hunt down some more data on LNG but couldn't find it. I do remember a formula from my highschool days a long the lines of Q=MC(T2-T1). Not sure however if that only applies to solids?