# Latent Heat Calculator

## Thermodynamics

Thermodynamics is a branch of physics that studies the most general properties of macroscopic systems and the methods of energy transfer and conversion in such systems. In thermodynamics, states and processes are studied, for the description of which one can introduce the concept of temperature.

## Latent Heat

The internal energy of the system, in which phase transitions or chemical reactions are possible, can change without changing the temperature. For example, energy transferred to a system where liquid water is in equilibrium with ice at zero degrees Celsius is spent on melting ice, but the temperature remains constant until all the ice turns into water. This method of energy transfer is traditionally called "latent" or isothermal heat.

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