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The Heat energy required to convert 1 gram of solid completely into liquid at a constant temperature is called Latent Heat of Fusion.
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The heat absorbed as a substance changes phase from liquid to solid, a process called fusion or solidification, the heat absorbed is called latent heat. For water, look at the attachment.
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