The specific heat of combustion of hydrogen is higher than that of butane gas. How, then, can one explain the fact that more heat was

The specific heat of combustion of hydrogen is higher than that of butane gas. How, then, can one explain the fact that more heat was released during the combustion of a butane cylinder than during the combustion of the same volume of hydrogen? The gas pressure is the same.

The mass of butane in a cylinder at the same temperature and pressure is greater than the mass of hydrogen.

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