Heat Capacity at Constant Volume Calculator

For gas, the heat capacity defines the heat required to increase the temperature of 1 mole of the gas by 1 K. The value of heat capacity depends on whether the heat is added at constant volume or constant pressure. Use our online heat capacity at constant volume calculator to predict the capacity of heat at constant volume. Enter the number of moles, specific heat at constant volume and temperature change in the constant volume heat capacity calculator to measure the heat capacity in Joules.

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For gas, the heat capacity defines the heat required to increase the temperature of 1 mole of the gas by 1 K. The value of heat capacity depends on whether the heat is added at constant volume or constant pressure. Use our online heat capacity at constant volume calculator to predict the capacity of heat at constant volume. Enter the number of moles, specific heat at constant volume and temperature change in the constant volume heat capacity calculator to measure the heat capacity in Joules.

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Formula:

Q = n × Cv × Δ T Where, Q= Heat Capacity n = Number of Moles Cv= Specific Heat at Constant Volume ΔT= Temperature Change

Example:

Find the heat capacity at constant volume with the given data.

Solution:

Number of moles = 10
Specific Heat at Constant Volume = 4 J/mol K
Temperature Change = 3 K
Heat Capacity = 10 x 3 x 4
= 120 J


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