Latent heat

Latent heat is the amount of heat needed to change a substance's state (Solid-Liquid-Gas), i.e, water boiling into steam or, the opposite, water freezing into ice. It is latent as it does not show up on a thermometer

Other Languages
العربية: حرارة كامنة
Bân-lâm-gú: Chiâm-jia̍t
català: Calor latent
čeština: Skupenské teplo
English: Latent heat
español: Calor latente
Esperanto: Latenta varmo
Gaeilge: Teas folaigh
한국어: 잠열
Bahasa Indonesia: Kalor laten
italiano: Calore latente
עברית: חום כמוס
Basa Jawa: Kalor laten
Kreyòl ayisyen: Chalè latan
മലയാളം: ലീനതാപം
Bahasa Melayu: Haba pendam
Nederlands: Latente warmte
日本語: 潜熱
norsk nynorsk: Latent varme
português: Calor latente
slovenčina: Skupenské teplo
کوردی: ماتەگەرمی
српски / srpski: Латентна топлота
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Latentna toplota
svenska: Latent värme
українська: Прихована теплота
粵語: 潛熱
中文: 潛熱