Posted by **musuma** on Thursday, April 12, 2012 at 12:35pm.

Initially 48g of ice at 0 degrees celsius is in an aluminium calorimeter can of mass 2.0 g also at 0 degrees celsius.Then 75g OF water at 80 degrees celsius is poured into the can.What is the final temperature.

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