# How does molar heat differ from specific heat?

Iron has a specific heat of $0.46 J / g \cdot K$. This means it takes $0.46 J$ to raise the temperature of 1 gram by 1 degree.
Since the molar mass of iron is 56 g/Mole, the molar heat will be $56 \cdot 0.46 = 25.76 J / M o l \cdot K$