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Latent Heat

The amount of heat released or absorbed when a substance changes its physical phase with no change in temperature.

For example, the heat absorbed from surroundings when ice melts into liquid water at the freezing point or the heat released when a gas (steam) condenses into liquid water.

The loss or gain of latent heat is not reflected in the temperature of the melting ice or the condensing water.