Watt's law


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Watt's law

[′wäts ‚lȯ]
(thermodynamics)
A law which states that the sum of the latent heat of steam at any temperature of generation and the heat required to raise water from 0°C to that temperature is constant; it has been shown to be substantially in error.
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