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Sentry(R) Fire-Safe(R) Waterproof products carry a UL Classification for Fire Endurance and boast an explosion rating which ensures contents are protected in the case of extreme heat change.
Remember, latent heat changes the state (or phase) of a substance without changing its temperature, and sensible heat changes only the temperature.
The heat changes stored in the upper layers of the ocean are the result of the imbalance between the incoming and outgoing heat through the sea surface.
But some parts of Europe cool off a bit, especially in autumn, because of the way urban waste heat changes atmospheric circulation.
Wang's group wanted to apply the ancient principle to make a nanogenerator (NG) that could take advantage of heat changes in the modern world, which uses a time-dependent temperature change to generate electricity.