Specific heat capacity is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of a particular substance of mass (kilogram, gram, pound) by 1 degree (celsius, fahrenheit, kelvin).
For example, the heat capacity of water is 4.1813 joules/gram kelvin which means the heat energy required to raise the water's temperature by 1 kelvin is 4.1813 joules per gram.
Common units are kilojoule per kilogram celsius, joules per gram kelvin and btu per pound fahrenheit.
For heat transfer coefficient conversions please goto Heat Transfer Coefficient
For heat flux density conversions please goto Heat Flux Density