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i know that S=integral of dQ/T since T is constant i can take it out of the integral and integrating dQ is just Q so s= Q/T

how can specific heat, Q, relate with force F

i konw that the units for Q is J , and F is N (which is kg*s^2)

is it simply just converting the units from F to J? if so, what are the units for J?

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# Homework Help: Specific heat, Q, and force

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