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# What is the specific heat capacity of air?

**1 003** ## J*kg^-1*K^-1##
This only applies for air with 0°C

capacity tells us how much energy we need to add/take away to heat 1 kilogram of a substance for 1 degree celsius (or Kelvin, both of them are identical in size).

This is obvious from the unit we measure specific heat capacity with: ## J*kg^-1*K^-1##

However, it is quite easy to figure out specific heat capacity - there is an equation you can use: ##Q=m*c*DeltaT## where ##DeltaT=T_1-T_2## where ##T_1## is the initial heat, and ##T_2## is the new heat after change. m stands for weight. c stands for specific heat capacity. Q stands for heat. You can measure heat with calorimeter.

Specific heat capacity is frequently used quantity. You can find it in **Physical tables**, ranging for different temperatures.