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can someone explain what enthalpy is?
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Enthalpy is the total heat quantity of a system, the internal energy (U) plus the product of pressure and volume (PV)
Althea Zhao 1B
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At a constant pressure, enthalpy is equal to change in heat.
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Enthalpy is the total amount of heat within a system.
Jamie Lee 1F
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Enthalpy is the total heat content of a system. It is equal to the internal energy of the system plus the product of pressure and volume (H = U + PV)
Kavya Immadisetty 2B
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Enthalpy is equal to the heat of a system if there is no expansion work.
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Enthalpy is the total heat of a system.
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It is the heat of the system times the volume and pressure.
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