Define the terms: a)Specific heat capacity, b)Sensible heat, c)Latent heat, d)Calorific value,
e)Specific enthalpy, f)Electrical work, g)Torque.

a) Specific heat capacity: The quantity of heat required to change the temperature of 1kilogram of substance through 1degree Kelvin is called specific heat of that substance. Its unit is Joules/kg- K. This is denoted by C b) Sensible Heat: The quantity of heat gained or lost when a change in temperature occurs is called …

Define the terms: a)Specific heat capacity, b)Sensible heat, c)Latent heat, d)Calorific value,
e)Specific enthalpy, f)Electrical work, g)Torque.
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