What is the dimentional formula of latent heat?, Physics

 Hf = mLf m - (g/lbs) *1lb = 454g Lf - latent heat of fusion - 80 kcal/kg fr water Hope

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the dimentional formula of LATENT HEAT IS  L2T-2

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