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Posted by JOHN on Monday, April 9, 2012 at 1:05pm.

A pot containing 1.09 liter of water, initially at 18°C, is placed on a 1101 W electric heating element.
(a) How much heat must be supplied to the water to bring it to a boil?


(b) How much heat is necessary to boil all the water away?


What is the minimum time required to boil all the water away?

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