Molar Heat Capacity

Science / Chemistry / Molar Heat Capacity: The heat required to raise the temperature of one mole of a substance by 1°C is called the molar heat capacity of the substance. Molar heat capacity is an intensive property with SI system units of J mol-1 K-1. The molar heat capacity of elements is sometimes called the 'atomic heat capacity'.

Other Words for Capacity

Capacity Noun Synonyms: volume, content, size, dimensions, room, space
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Other Words for Heat

Heat Adjective Synonyms: warmth, warmness, hotness, fever, fieriness, torridity or torridness
Heat Noun Synonyms: warm (up)
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Molar Heat Capacity

Science / Chemistry / Molar Heat Capacity: The heat required to raise the temperature of one mole of a substance by 1°C is called the molar heat capacity of the substance. Molar heat capacity is an intensive property with SI system units of J MORE

Molar Absorptivity

Science / Chemistry / Molar Absorptivity: The absorbance per centimeter of path length when the concentration of absorbing material is 1 M; epsilon = A/(bc) where a, A, b, and c are the molar absorptivity, absorbance, path length in cm, and c MORE

Molar

Science / Chemistry / Molar: 1. Of or pertaining to moles. 2. An synonym for molarity; for example, a 'six molar solution of hydrochloric acid' contains 6 moles of hcl per liter of solution. MORE

Milling Capacity

Science / Geology / Milling Capacity: The maximum amount of material that a mill can produce in a unit of time. MORE

Molar Mass

Science / Chemistry / Molar Mass: The mass of one mole of a material. For example, the molar mass of H2O is 18.015 g (obtained by adding twice the molar mass of hydrogen to the molar mass of oxygen). MORE

Molar Volume

Science / Chemistry / Molar Volume: The volume occupied by one mole of a material. For example, the molar volume of an ideal gas at STP is 22.4 L/mol. MORE

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