   Chapter 11, Problem 27P

Chapter
Section
Textbook Problem

Suppose 9.30 × 105 J of energy are transferred to 2.00 kg of ice at 0°C. (a) Calculate the energy required to melt all the ice into liquid water. (b) How much energy remains to raise the temperature of the liquid water? (c) Determine the final temperature of the liquid water in Celsius.

(a)

To determine
Energy required to melt all the ice into liquid water.

Explanation

Given Info:  Energy transferred to ice is 9.30×105J , mass of ice 2.00kg , and temperature of ice is 0°C .

Formula to calculate the energy required to melt all the ice into liquid water is,

Qmelt=miceLf

• Qmelt is the energy required to melt all the ice into liquid water.
• mice is the mass of the ice,
• Lf is the latent heat of ice,

Substitute 2.00 kg for mice and 3

(b)

To determine
Energy remains to raise the temperature of the liquid water.

(c)

To determine
Final temperature of liquid water in Celsius.

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