I am not a physicist by any means and not even a current student, but nonetheless I am looking for an answer. Here is what I have gotten so far from university websites and other various resources on the internet (Wikipedia's Heat Capacity page lacks citations for this):
Water's specific heat capacity is 4200 Jkg-1K-1 and Air's is 993 Jkg-1K-1 therefore water has 4.23 times more specific heat capacity.
Water has a density of 1000/m3 and air has a density of 1.275/m3 therefore water would be 784.31 x denser than air.
So would that mean that the amount of times more volumetric heat capacity water has compared to air would be 784.31 x 4.23 = 3317.63? Are my numbers even right?
Thanks in advance.