Asked Dec 2, 2019

The specific heat capacity of water (l) is 1.18 J/g∙℃. What is the molar specific heat capacity of this substance? The molar mass of water is 18.01 g/mol.

a. 75.2 J/g∙℃

b. 0.232 J/g∙℃

c. 4.303 J/g∙℃

d. 4.18 J/g∙℃

e. 0.239 J/g∙℃


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specific heat capacity of water (l) = 1.18 J/g∙℃.

molar mass of water = 18.01 g/mol.

Step 2

Actual specific heat capacity of water is 4.18 J/g∙℃.

Calculation for molar specific heat capacity:

molar specific heat capacity = specific heat capacity of ...

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