Latent Heats


Latent Heat is defined as the heat which flows to or from a material without a change to temperature. The purpose of this experiment is to investigate two kinds of latent heat of water. One is fusion of water, and the other is veporization of water.

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Preparation & Warning

  • Please exercise caution when you deal with hot water.
  • Lab sheet for Latent Heats

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