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Melting points and latent energy of salt hydrates.
The latent heat of melting salt hydrates can be used for storing energy.
Salt Hydrate Melting Point ( oC) Latent Melting Heat (MJ/m 3)
2 (Calcium Chloride) 6H 2O 29
2SO 4 (Sodium Sulfate) 10H 2O 32
2CO 3 (Sodium Carbonate) 10H 2O 33
2HPO 4 (Dibasic Sodium Orthophosphate) 12H 2O 35
2HPO 4 (Dibasic Sodium Orthophosphate) 7H 2O 48
2S 2O 3 (Sodium Thiosulphate) 5H 2O 48
2 (Barium Hydroxide) 8H 2O 78
Melting and freezing points of elements and chemical species at varying conditions.
Work, heat and energy systems.
Al - Aluminum - binary eutectic alloys and their melting points.
Potential power and energy stored in capacitors.
Cu - Copper - binary eutectic alloys and their melting points.
Energy is the capacity to do work.
The amount of thermal energy stored in heated water.
The kinetic energy stored in flywheels - the moment of inertia.
Heat vs. work vs. energy.
Energy possessed by an object's motion is kinetic energy.
Elevation and potential energy in hydropower.
Energy stored as sensible heat in materials.
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