# What would be the most likely value for C$_T$, the molar heat capacity at constant temperature?

$\begin{array}{1 1} \infty \\ 0\\ 0 < C_r < C_v \\ C_v < C_T < C_p \end{array}$

Answer: $\infty$
Using the definition of the molar specific heat: $C_{\text{molar}} =$$\large\frac{1}{n}$$\large\frac{ dQ}{ dT}$$\rightarrow$ when T = constant, the molar heat capacity is CT $=\infty$.
answered Mar 11, 2014
edited Aug 9, 2014