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A sample of water with a mass of 63.0 grams at a temperature of -16.0°C increases to 30° C.
a) Make a phase change diagram to indicate the changes water will undergo in this problem & label each step.
b) How much total heat (Joules) is needed to do the problem above?

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1. Specific heat for ice is 2.092 J/g-K, which means that to increase temperature of 1 g of ice by 1 degree we need 2.092 J. To increase the temperature of 63 g of ice by 16 degrees we...

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