Specific Latent Heat Calculator

Specific latent heat refers to the amount or quantity of energy required to change the physical state of a substance without changing its temperature and pressure. The SI unit of specific latent heat is the joule per kilogram and is expressed with the symbol "q". Use our online specific latent heat calculator to find the specific latent heat based on the heat energy and mass.


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In other words, specific latent heat of a substance is a amount of heat required to change a unit mass of the substance from one state of matter to other with the constant temperature. You can obtain the specific latent heat just by dividing the energy by mass.