Definitions for "Heat capacity"
Also known also as thermal capacity. The energy submitted to a body in order to increase its temperature by one degree.
The amount of heat needed to change the temperature of the substance by 1 °C.
the quantity of heat required to change an object's temperature by exactly 1°C.
Keywords:  umc, sze, wiley, temp, mol
47.02 J/mol/K Properties at temp=300 K,wavelength not given for refractive index Semiconductor Sensors,by S.M.Sze,UMC chair professor,John Wiley & Sons ,INC.Appendix D, p.535
Keywords:  sulphate
Sulphate
the ability of water to absorb heat without becoming extremely hot itself.
A property of a material denoting its ability to absorb heat.
Keywords:  solar, wind
Solar Wind