Does specific heat change with molarity?
No, the specific heat capacity is a physical property that is constant for a specific substance.
Specific heat capacity is a physical property that is constant for a specific substance, it is defined by:
Specific heat capacity
Molar heat capacity
However, when the molarity of a solution increases, the specific heat capacity or the molar heat capacity is constant, but the amount of heat
Heat is given by:
Here is a video that explains the specific heat capacity and the molar heat capacity and their uses: