anonymous
  • anonymous
I need help with solving this problem...Calculate the heat in joules needed to melt 16.0 of ice at 0 .
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The ice is already at the melting/freezing point. Therefore, the only heat we need to add is that of the heat of fusion. \[Q = m \cdot H_{fus}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
you need to calculate the head Q=mc(Tf-Ti) {but Tf=Ti so this Q is zero} and the latent heat of fusion using Q=m*Hfice add those two and get the answer

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