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Posted by Amanda on Sunday, February 1, 2009 at 2:40pm.

For substance A the emlting point is 16.61 degrees C and the specific heats of the solid and the liquid form are 2.662 and 5.188 JgC respectively. It requires 38600 joules to move 120g of A from 0 degrees C to 32.5 degrees C. This leads to the conclusion that the enthalpy of fusion is...

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