# Heat capacity of water

The heat capacity of water is one of the so-called anomalous effects; the value of in liquid water is more than twice that of ice Ih and almost three times that of the vapour.

## References[edit]

**Related reading**

- Wataru Shinoda and Motoyuki Shiga "Quantum simulation of the heat capacity of water", Physical Review E
**71**041204 (2005) - Motoyuki Shiga and Wataru Shinoda "Calculation of heat capacities of light and heavy water by path-integral molecular dynamics", Journal of Chemical Physics
**123**134502 (2005) - C. Vega, M. M. Conde, C. McBride, J. L. F. Abascal, E. G. Noya, R. Ramirez, and L. M. Sesé "Heat capacity of water: A signature of nuclear quantum effects", Journal of Chemical Physics
**132**046101 (2010)