Heat of Fusion Definition

Heat of Fusion Definition

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Heat of Fusion Definition: The change in enthalpy for the conversion of 1 mole or 1 gram of a solid to a liquid, at constant pressure and temperature and is usually denoted as ΔHfus.

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