conversive heat


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con·ver·sive heat

heat produced in a body by the absorption of waves that are not in themselves hot, such as the sun's rays or infrared radiation.

con·ver·sive heat

(kŏn-vĕr'siv hēt)
Heat produced in a body by the absorption of waves that are not in themselves hot, such as the sun's rays or infrared radiation.
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