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Near the melting temperature a relative large amount of energy is needed for a small increase of temperature. The sudden jump of bulk systems is smoothed to a ﬁnite width. The melting temperature is indicated. The latent heat q is equal to the increase in the caloric curve near Tmelt . For higher temperatures, a nearly linear increase is again observed. The following data can be read oﬀ Figure 7: 1) the melting temperature Tmelt as given in Figure 8, 2) the latent heat given in Figure 9, and 3) more generally, the speciﬁc heat as a function of temperature.
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