Does heat capacity change with mass?
The Specific Heat Capacity is a property of a substance, which reflects how many Joules of energy it takes to raise the temperature of one gram of that substance by one degree (Kelvin or Centigrade). So, specific heat capacities are defined for a known mass of substance.
The amount of energy a substance gains or loses is related to the amount it's temperature changes using the equation
For example, if we heat 100g of water, which has a specific heat capacity of