I searched this on google but I couldn't find anything. Is enthalpy the same thing as heat? There is a formula, q=m[tex]\Delta[/tex]H, so it seems like they should be different, but from what I've learned H just seems like heat to me... Also, if q=ms[tex]\Delta[/tex]T and q=m[tex]\Delta[/tex]H, then does ms[tex]\Delta[/tex]T=m[tex]\Delta[/tex] so [tex]\Delta[/tex]H=s[tex]\Delta[/tex]T?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Difference between Enthalpy and Heat

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