Externet Posted October 20, 2022 Share Posted October 20, 2022 Hello. What is the table I should look for to find which materials have the capability of holding/storing more amount of heat ? I do not care how fast they conduct the heat if their parameters are related; and what is it called ? specific heat ?, density ? specific gravity ? , heat conductivity... Example : 1 Kg or iron at 100C or 1 Kg of water at 100C or 1 Kg of concrete at 100C or 1 Kg of wood at 100C... And does it go by mass, or by volume ? As in 1 litre of iron, 1 litre of concrete, 1 litre of water instead ... ? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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