What are the units to Q=MC∆T?
The reason I ask is I find one website that was it's Celsius and grams.
Another website said Kelvin and kilograms.
- david hLv 61 year ago
Any temperature CHANGE is the same when stated in Celsius or Kelvin so it make no difference which is used.
The key to using g or Kg is what units the C is given in. You can use g or Kg but you may have to convert the C constant by multiplying by 1000 or dividing by 1000 if the units are not the same. Eg if C = 2.6 J/kg∙°C then if you use kg the conversion is not required as they are in the correct units , how ever if you use g then the conversion is per kg so you need to multiply by 1,000 and change your g in to kg.