Unformatted text preview: Heat and the First Law — Heat Capacities The heat capacity, C, of any system is the amount of heat required
To raise the temperature of the system by 1 K. Deﬁne:
C 2 a
dT It is useful to distinguish heat capacities at constant volume
and constant pressure. Czazag Czazagwal
" dry arr 7= P dTP 3T}, 3T}, Lets derive these. . . ...
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