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heat content

noun, Thermodynamics
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  • The total heat content of a system is directly related to the amount of matter present, so it is cooler at higher elevations.
  • It predicts an increase in heat content of the ocean.
  • Water has a far different heat content from air and even its close proximity alters measured air temperatures.
  • Once again your own link shows the heat content of the ocean for the past thirty years is on a unprecedented rise.
  • The gas has a high temperature but a low heat content.
  • Once established, the heat content of the air at ground level is enough to keep the vortex going.
British Dictionary definitions for heat content

heat content

another name for enthalpy
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