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Old   August 25, 2000, 09:51
Default Integral specific heat
Steve Amphlett
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Hi all,

Is anyone familiar with the term "integral specific heat". Is it a known moniker for some kind of temperature averaged quantity or something? Our code (WAVE) defines Cp as {H(T+delta)-H(T-delta)}/, where H is a function of temperature and composition and composition is also a function of temperature. In our case, would "integral specific heat" be something like: {H(T)-H(0)}/T?


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