heat of sublimation
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heat of sublimation[′hēt əv ‚səb·lə′mā·shən]
The increase in enthalpy accompanying the conversion of 1 mole, or unit mass, of a solid to a vapor at constant pressure and temperature. Also known as latent heat of sublimation.
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