Physics

The quantity/ quantities that does/do not have mass in its/their dimensions is/are : 


ANSWER

specific heat

latent heat


SOLUTION
Specific heat is the amount of heat needed to increase the temperature of 1kg mass by an amount 1kelvin. So it has dimension free from mass.
And latent heat is the heat needed to convert unit mass of object from one state to other. So it also does not contain mass.
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