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mgz+0.5mC^2+H +Q = mgz + 0.5mC^2 +H+W

Where Q is the heat transfer, W is work done and H is enthalpy. Where is it assumed that the heat energy is in the energy balance? If heat is added where is this balanced out on the other side of the equation?

Does the heat become internal energy?

Basically I'm asking why we don't have Q on both sides?

Kip.

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