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What does H stand for?

H stands for Enthalpy

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95 QD31 Guch, who has taught chemistry at the secondary and postsecondary levels, provides high school and college students with an explanation of chemistry that begins with basic concepts, such as the atom, data collection, and unit conversions, then moves on to topics like the periodic table, chemical compounds, and the mole; solids, liquids, and gases; chemical reactions, including stoichiometry, chemical equilibria, kinetics, and balancing equations; practical chemistry, including uses in nuclear weapons, buffers, and chelation therapy; and thermodynamics, with discussion of entropy, enthalpy, and free energy.
The sweet spot is a binding enthalpy of about 50-60 k[joules]/mol," says Tom Woo, a University of Ottawa professor who worked on the project.
Their topics include data and models of water activity, predicting ice content in frozen foods, the gelatinization of starch, specific heat and the enthalpy of foods, the thermal conductivity of foods, measuring the surface heat transfer coefficient, and acoustic properties of foods.