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ketch a heating/cooling curve for water, starting out at 2 0   ° C and going up to 12 0   ° C , applying heat to the sample at a constant rate. Mark on your sketch the portions of the curve that represent the melting 0f the solid and the boiling of the liquid.

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Sketch of a heating cooling curve of water must be drawn from 20oC120oC. The melting of solid and vaporization must be clearly shown in the curve.

Concept Introduction:

Heating cooling curves are used to show the different phase change of substances.

Explanation

As per the given sketch from 200C00C its showing ice. Then the horizontal line at 00C is showing the melting of ice where both solid and liquid phase are in equilibrium.

Then from 00C to 1000C there is temperature rise where water is present

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