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Enthalpy is a state function meaning it does not matter what path was taken. It depends only on the initial and final states. Enthalpy requires constant pressure and measures the heat given off or taken up by a reaction. On the other hand, heat is a path function meaning it does depend on the path taken. Heat is a form of energy that can be added to a system.
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