heat that changes the temperature of a substance without changing its form
The heat that raises the temperature of a substance but does not change its physical state. It is measured by the thermometer.
Heat that results in a temperature change but no change in state.
That heat which, when added or subtracted, results in a change of temperature, as distinguished from latent heat.
Heat which is associated with a change in temperature; specific heat exchange of temperature; in contrast to a heat interchange in which a change of state (latent heat) occurs.