Calculating the energy in joules required to heat a 256 grames of water at -107 degrees to 333...

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Calculating the energy in joules required to heat a 256 grames of water at -{eq}107^{\circ} {/eq} to {eq}333^{\circ}C {/eq}.

Latent Heat

Latent heat is heat absorbed or released by a substance during a process where the temperature doesn't change. It is associated with phase changes. An example is melting. Heating a solid increases its temperature up to its melting point, but during the process of melting, the temperature does not change, yet heat is absorbed.

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