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(I) State Whether the Specific Heat Capacity of a Substance Remains the Same When Its State Changes From Solid to Liquid. (Ii) Give One Example to Support Your Answer. - Physics

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Short Note

(i) State whether the specific heat capacity of a substance remains the same when its state changes from  solid to liquid. 
(ii) Give one example to support your answer.

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Solution

(i) No.
(ii) Specific heat of water 4.187 KJ/kg K
Specific heat of ice 2.103 KJ/kg K

Concept: Specific Heat Capacity
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