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The densities of two substances are in the ratio 5:6 and the specific heats are in the ratio 3:5 respectively. The ratio of their thermal capacities per unit volume is

C= c•ρ
C1/C2 = c1• ρ1/ c2• ρ2 =3•5/5•6 =1/2.
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