anonymous
  • anonymous
The ice cap at the North Pole may be 1000 m thick, with a density of 920 kg/m^3. Find the melting temperature at the bottom of the ice cap. I know how to find the pressure at the bottom, but how do I find the melting temperature? Thanks
Thermodynamics
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anonymous
  • anonymous
variables that come to mind are Q(lamba), lambda, and tables to look into, to find temperatures at a determined pressure (bottom pressure) but I dont how they could be related if at all...

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