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Molar specific heats for some common gases at constant volume.
Approximate molar specific heats at constant volume at room temperature for some common gases:
Gases - Molar Specific Heats
- Cv -
|Carbon monoxide (CO)
|Mercury vapor (Hg)
|Sulfur dioxide (SO2)
- 1 kcal = 4186.8 J = 426.9 kp m = 1.163x10-3 kWh = 3.088 ft lbf = 3.9683 Btu = 1000 cal
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