The amount of heat required to raise the temperature of a body is
A. thermal energy
B. thermal conduction
C. heat lost
D. specific heat capacity
E. thermal capacity
ANSWER: Option E
EXPLANATION: Specific heat is the amount of heat energy required by a unit of mass of a substance to raise its temperature through1℃ or 1 k. On the other hand, heat capacity is the amount of heat energy required by a substance to raise its temperature by 1℃ or 1 K.
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