Whats the heat capacity of NaOH I can't find it anywhere?
You are working with solid NaOH (not solution) ?!Roxy said:Whats the heat capacity of NaOH I can't find it anywhere?
Gokul43201 said:You are working with solid NaOH (not solution) ?!
Why do you need the heat capacity ?
How is the heat to be generated?Roxy said:I need to calculate heat generated so I'm using this formula:
and i need c
You didn't answer my (implied) question.Roxy said:I need to calculate heat generated so I'm using this formula:
and i need c
Heat capacity is the amount of energy required to raise the temperature of a substance by 1 degree Celsius.
The heat capacity of a substance can vary depending on factors such as temperature, pressure, and purity. This makes it difficult to find a specific value for a substance like NaOH.
Heat capacity is a property of a substance, and is not specific to any particular substance like NaOH. However, the heat capacity of NaOH can be measured and compared to the heat capacity of other substances.
The heat capacity of NaOH, and any substance, is an important factor in understanding how it will react to changes in temperature. It can also be used in calculations for various processes involving NaOH.
The heat capacity of NaOH can be found in scientific databases or published literature. It may also be provided in the material safety data sheet (MSDS) for NaOH. If you are unable to find a specific value, you can use an average value for NaOH or contact a research institution for more information.