Difference between specific heat capacity and heat capacity?question from physics chapter calorimetry.

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By DEFINITION the heat (or caloric) capacity `C` (upper case C letter) of a given mass is equal to the heat `Q` necessary for that particular mass to change its temperature `T` with 1 degree of temperature.


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