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Answer on Molecular Physics | Thermodynamics Question for Loren

Question #7547
What equation should I use for the internal heat energy of something?
Expert's answer
The amount of heat needed to heat a subject from one temperature level to an other can be expressed as:

Q = cp*m*dT,

where:
Q = amount of heat (kJ);
cp = specific heat (kJ/kg.K);
m = mass (kg);
dT = temperature difference between hot and cold side (K).

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