# What is the specific heat of ice at 0 degrees Celsius?

Aug 8, 2016

2.03J/(""^@C.g)

#### Explanation:

The specific heat capacity of ice is equal to 2.03J/(""^@C.g).

Note that this is not the same as the ones of water (4.18J/(""^@C.g)) or steam (2.01J/(""^@C.g)).

Here is a video that explains this topic in much more details:
Thermochemistry | Enthalpy and Calorimetry.