Latent Heat of Evaporation

The amount of heat required to vapourize 1 kilogram of a substance.

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Acetic Acid 390000 Jkg-1Clip
Acetone 520000 Jkg-1Clip
Aluminium 10500000 Jkg-1Clip
Ammonia 1371000 Jkg-1Clip
Argon 158000 Jkg-1Clip
Benzene 400000 Jkg-1Clip
Bromine 183000 Jkg-1Clip
Carbon Dioxide 364000 Jkg-1Clip
Carbon Disulphide 360000 Jkg-1Clip
Carbon Monoxide 211000 Jkg-1Clip
Carbon Tetrachloride 190000 Jkg-1Clip
Chlorine 281000 Jkg-1Clip
Chloroform 250000 Jkg-1Clip
Cyanogen 432000 Jkg-1Clip
Ethylene 484000 Jkg-1Clip
Glycerol 830000 Jkg-1Clip
Helium 25000 Jkg-1Clip
Hydrogen 453000 Jkg-1Clip
Hydrogen Chloride 414000 Jkg-1Clip
Hydrogen Sulphide 553000 Jkg-1Clip
Mercury Hg 290000 Jkg-1Clip
Methane 511000 Jkg-1Clip
Methyl Alcohol 1120000 Jkg-1Clip
Nitric Oxide 462000 Jkg-1Clip
Nitrobenzene 330000 Jkg-1Clip
Nitrous Oxide 376000 Jkg-1Clip
Oxygen 243000 Jkg-1Clip
Phenol 530000 Jkg-1Clip
Sulphur Dioxide 403000 Jkg-1Clip
Toluene 350000 Jkg-1Clip
Turpentine 290000 Jkg-1Clip
Water 2260000 Jkg-1Clip
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See also: Latent Heat, Latent Heat of Fusion, Vapour.

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Subjects: Thermodynamics