Latent Heat is the heat that is required to change a particular liquid to a gas state, (or the heat that is removed from a gas to condense it to become a liquid), without any change in the temperature.
- Heat is a form of energy that is transferred from one object to another object.
- Heat Is a form of energy transferred by a difference in temperature.
- Heat transfer can occur, when there is a temperature difference between two or more objects. Heat will only flow from a warm object to a colder object.
- The heat transfer is greatest, when there is a large temperature difference between two objects.
Read also, Saturation Temperature in Refrigeration