My morning cup of tea is steaming hot at 95°C. I take a 37that has a temperature of -18°C. (Use specific heat for water for the tea.)ice cube from my freezerggHow much heat does it take to raise the temperature of the ice cube to melting?OHow much heat does it take to melt the ice cube?How much tea do I need to equilibrate at my ideal tea drinking temperature ofO67.4°C?

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My morning cup of tea is steaming hot at 95°C. I take a 37
that has a temperature of -18°C. (Use specific heat for water for the tea.)
ice cube from my freezer
gg
How much heat does it take to raise the temperature of the ice cube to melting?
O
How much heat does it take to melt the ice cube?
How much tea do I need to equilibrate at my ideal tea drinking temperature of
O
67.4°C?
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My morning cup of tea is steaming hot at 95°C. I take a 37 that has a temperature of -18°C. (Use specific heat for water for the tea.) ice cube from my freezer gg How much heat does it take to raise the temperature of the ice cube to melting? O How much heat does it take to melt the ice cube? How much tea do I need to equilibrate at my ideal tea drinking temperature of O 67.4°C?

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Hrat uired to raise the temperature of ice aube to meling ce melts at oc and speai ie heat of ice Cc)= 2-04 Heat eauired () =mcaT - (tx16) (204 ) (0-(-18) (8 - 37x (0 x 2-04 - 1358 KJ

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Paxt C6) maant heat of fusion Heat neauived by ice duwing melting TOr ice ladent heat of fusston 334 RTg Q(3t A6334 (2.358 ET

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