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# What is the amount of heat in kilojoules required to convert 184.0 g of ice at −15.2°C to liquid water at 35.6°C?

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- davidLv 71 month ago
You need some constants

== The specific heat of ICE ( it is not the same as liquid water)

== The specific heat of liquid water ( 4.184 J/g deg C)

== the latent heat of fusion of water

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Q = mc(delta T) <<< do this calc. for ice ... delta T will be (0 - -15.2)

Q = m Lf <<< melting ice

Q = mc(delta T) <<< this time for liquid ice ... delta T will be (35.6 - 0)

final answer .. add all the above

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