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help me convert 0.093cal/g¤c to j/kg/k

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    C and K temperatures only differ by a constant. A change of 1 degree K is the same as a change of 1 degree C.

    0.093 cal/(g*C) * 4.184 J/cal * 1000 g/kg
    = 389 J/(kg*K)

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