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The heat of fusion, also known as the latent heat of fusion, is a category of latent heat describing the energy for the phase change between a liquid and a solid to occur without a change in temperatur.
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It is the amount of heat required to change the state from solid to liquid without any change in temperature at a specific temperature
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