HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 Chapter 5 Specific Heat Capacities of Gases

HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 Specific Heat Capacities of gases Chapter 5 is authored by Harish Chandra Verma. He has written many other physics books for school level, undergraduate and graduate level as well.

Understanding the terminologies and key concepts are necessary before working on any exercise. Specific Heat Capacities of gases is the fifth Chapter in volume 2 by Harish Chandra Verma. At constant volume, the amount of heat required to increase the temperature of the 1-kilogram gas by 1 Kelvin is defined as specific heat at constant volume. It is denoted by Cv. At constant pressure, the amount of heat required to increase the temperature of the 1-kilogram gas by 1 Kelvin is defined as specific heat at constant pressure. It is denoted by Cp. The SI unit for specific heat capacity is joule per kilogram Kelvin. HC Verma Solutions will improve your problem-solving approach to complex questions on Specific Heat Capacities of gases. Students of 12th grade extensively make use of this study material to crack competitive exam like JEE Main.

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HC Verma Solutions Vol 2 Specific Heat Capacities of gases Chapter 5


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