The density and specific heat of vanadium and vanadium alloys
The molar heat capacity of vanadium (ratio of heat capacity to the amount of material) = 24,95 j/(K·mol), Is a physical quantity, numerically equal to the amount of heat that must transfer to one pray to (the) substance in order that its temperature has changed by one. Molar heat capacity is usually denoted by the symbol sometimes without an index or with another index (characterizing the flow conditions of the measurement process).
|The amount of heat (thermal energy) required to heat the substance by 1 degree.||Condition||Units of measure specific heat capacity.||elicina specific heat capacity.|
|The coefficient «C» Is Specific heat||Metal V||kJ/kg per 1°C||0.268 — 1.050|
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