What Is Difference Between Heat Capacity And Specific Heat Capacity?

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They are the same thing, except specific heat only applies to raising 1 gram 1 degree C but heat capacity applies to raising any amount of matter 1 degree C
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Heat capacity: It is the heat required to raise the
temperature of the body through one centigrade.
C=dQ/dT
Specific heat capacity: It is the heat required to raise the
temperature of one kilogram of a substance through one centigrade.
C=C/m=1/m dQ /dT
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