How many types of specific heat can a gas have?

Options :
  1. Two
  2. One
  3. Equal to what are possible for a liquid
  4. Depends. Could be of many types, say even upto infinite types
Answer and Explanation :-

Answer: Option 4

Explanation:

A gas can have infinite types of specific heats depending on the conditions under which it is heated. However, Cp and Cv are two very important of this group. As far as liquids are concerned, they behave differently depending on their compressibility.

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