Online specific heat converter with the most commonly used units
Specific Heat is the amount of heat required to change one mass unit of a substance by one degree in temperature.
Specific Heat Converter
The calculator below can be used to convert between some common specific heat units
Value (use period as decimal point)
J/gK kJ/kgK J/kgoC kJ/kgoC cal/goC cal/kgoC kcal/kgoC Btu/lbmoF
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