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Orders of magnitude (specific heat capacity)

This is a table of specific heat capacities by magnitude. Unless otherwise noted, these values assume standard ambient temperature and pressure.

List of orders of magnitude for specific heat capacity
SI prefix Factor Value J·kg−1·K−1 Item
deca 101 94 Radon
hecto 102 120 Uranium
129 Gold
130 Iridium
Osmium
139 Mercury
145 Iodine
158 Xenon
240 Caesium
246 Ethanol
248 Krypton
363 Rubidium
377.48 Brass
385 Copper
420 Cobalt
444 Iron
480 Bromine
Chlorine
502 Diamond
520 Argon
677 Glass
720 Graphite
757 Potassium
824 Fluorine
900 Aluminium
kilo 103 1030 Neon
1230 Sodium
1660 Pentane
≈ 2000 Oil
2060 Ice (0°C)
2100 Coconut oil
3582 Lithium
3767 Heavy water
4186 Water
4700 Ammonia (liquid)
5193 Helium
104 14304 Hydrogen
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