heat content

noun Thermodynamics.
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heat content
another name for enthalpy

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Example sentences
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.
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