heat of solution


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heat of solution

[′hēt əv sə′lü·shən]
(physical chemistry)
The enthalpy of a solution minus the sum of the enthalpies of its components. Also known as integral heat of solution; total heat of solution.
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heat of solution

The heat which is liberated by the solution of a material in a solvent.
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