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Raymond A. Serway + 1 other
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11th Edition
Raymond A. Serway + 1 other
ISBN: 9781305952300
Textbook Problem

An ice-cube tray is filled with 75.0 g of water. After the filled tray reaches an equilibrium temperature 20.0°C, it is placed in a freezer set at −8.00°C to make ice cubes. (a) Describe the processes that occur as energy is being removed from the water to make ice. (b) Calculate the energy that must be removed from the water to make ice cubes at −8.00°C.

(a)

To determine
The process that occurs as energy is being removed from the water to make ice.

Explanation

To increase the temperature of the water heat energy must be supplied to it and to decrease the temperature of the water heat energy must be removed from it.

The water is at 20°C it cool water to 0°C . Here, the heat energy is removed from water to cool it to 0°C . Then the heat energy removed from the cool water at 0°C s

(b)

To determine
The energy that must be removed from the water to make ice cubes at 8.00°C .

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