Definitions for "Enthalpy"
the thermodynamic quantity measuring the heat of a substance.
The quantity of heat necessary to raise the temperature of a substance from one point to a higher temperature. The quantity of heat includes both latent and sensible.
Heat; in a chemical reaction, the enthalpy of the reactants or products is equal to their total bond energies.
Keywords:  moisture, volume, held, air, determine
a term used to determine the amount of moisture held by a specific volume of air at a certain condition.