Hot water is mixed with an amount of ice having an equal mass to that of the water
and an initial temperature of 0 °C. What should the initial temperature of the hot water be to
achieve a final water temperature of 5 °C with all the ice melted? The specific heat capacity of
water is 4.2 kJ/(kg K) and the specific latent heat of fusion for ice is 334 kJ/kg. Assume that no
heat is lost to the surroundings.
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Although I love physics, I still get lost in it ^^"
Okay, maybe I can help out with the steps?
first set the given on one side and RTF (required to find ) on the other side
then write down the formulas you know about Heat Capacity
I'll write them down on paper first.
wait , there's something wrong in the question , you said that Tinitial = 0 C and you want to find it again?
no, read the question carefully, the initial temp is for the ice, not water
I think I've got the relationship
Since the mass of ice = the mass of water then
M (ice) = M (water) ,
For ice : Q = mL
For water : Q = mC(Tf - Ti )
so solve for m :
M (ice) = Q/L
M(water) = Q/C(Tf-Ti)
since M(ice) = M(water), then:
Q/L = Q/C(Tf-Ti)
did you end up with this relationship andy?
something like that, but i think you made it more clear, i get it better now