How does specific heat affect temperature?

1 Answer
Oct 26, 2015

Answer:

It does not!

Explanation:

Specific Heat capacity by definition is the quantity of heat (or energy) needed to raise the temperature of #1 g# of a certain element or compound by #1^@C#.

Therefore, it is independent of temperature and is determined experimentally.

Here is a video that further explains the specific heat capacity and its use: