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HEAT CAPACITY OF THE ELEMENTS AT 25°C This table gives the specific heat capacity ( c p ) in J/g K and the molar heat capacity ( C p ) in J/mol K at a temperature of 25°C and a pressure of 100 kPa (1 bar or 0.987 standard atmospheres) for all the elements for which reliable data are available. Name c p J/g K C p J/mol K Actinium 0.120 27.2 Aluminum 0.897 24.20 Antimony 0.207 25.23 Argon 0.520 20.786 Arsenic 0.329 24.64 Barium 0.204 28.07 Beryllium 1.825 16.443 Bismuth 0.122 25.52 Boron 1.026 11.087 Bromine (Br 2 ) 0.474 75.69 Cadmium 0.232 26.020 Calcium 0.647 25.929 Carbon (graphite) 0.709 8.517 Cerium 0.192 26.94 Cesium 0.242 32.210 Chlorine (Cl 2 ) 0.479 33.949 Chromium 0.449 23.35 Cobalt 0.421 24.81 Copper 0.385 24.440 Dysprosium 0.173 28.16 Erbium 0.168 28.12 Europium 0.182 27.66 Fluorine (F 2 ) 0.824 31.304 Gadolinium 0.236 37.03 Gallium 0.373 26.03 Germanium 0.320 23.222 Gold 0.129 25.418 Hafnium 0.144 25.73 Helium 5.193 20.786 Holmium 0.165 27.15 Hydrogen (H 2 ) 14.304 28.836
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