The amount of energy transferred from a warmer body to a cooler body is called as heat. Given here is the heat capacity at constant volume formula to measure the capacity of heat at constant volume. As per the constant volume heat capacity equation, the heat capacity can be found by multiplying the values of "number of moles (n), specific heat at constant volume (Cv), temperature change".
The metals have lower specific heat capacity than water. Click on our heat capacity at constant volume calculator to make your calculations simple.