Latent Heat of Evaporation?

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Latent heat of evaporation is the energy needed to change a liquid to gas. The temperature will need to be constant to get the required effect. The liquid will become a vapor at the normal boiling point and will not exceed the boiling point. Acetone will reach the latent heat of evaporation at 173 BTU. Alcohol will reach this effect at 385 BTU. Freon will require a lower level of BTU at 77. Sulphur needs a higher amount at 650 BTU.
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Latent heat of evaporation of water to steam is 2270 KJ/Kg.
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The latest heat of evaporation (or, equivalently, of vaporization) is the amount of heat required to turn a unit mass of liquid at its boiling temperature into a unit mass of gas
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Latent heat is a science term used to describe the amount of energy that has been absorbed or released when a substance goes through the process of changing states.
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