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is there a difference between heat capacity and specific heat capacity, or are they the same thing?

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Http://www.physchem.com.za/heat/specific.htm
Heat capacity is the total amount of heat that can be stored, specific heat capacity is the amount of heat stored per unit mass. 
Per unit time.
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