Specific heat...
Wed Sep 13, 2017 2:08pm

Specific heat is the amount of heat in calories that are required to increase the temperature of one gram of material by one degree C. Water is quite high at a 1. Most other materials are lower.

Another critical number is the amount of energy required for phase changes. In the case of Dry Ice, how many calories of heat does a gram of solid CO2 have to absorb to transpire to gaseous form. And that is VERY high which is why Dry Ice is so effective at keeping things cold.

  • I have no intention of going technical.PH👁👁EY, Wed Sep 13 12:07pm
    And you are not in the same league as those bright lucid Luciferians who work diligently 24/7 for their masters to create techno-terrorism. Do I know what makes dry ice "hot?" Apparently you have... more
    • Specific heat... — Sprout, Wed Sep 13 2:08pm
      • Your efforts to explain are appreciated. PH👹👹EY, Wed Sep 13 3:14pm
        Commendable. But this information is of no use to me though it's interesting. You and others are so busy falling upon your inculcations from high school that you miss the BIG PICTURE. I shall... more