Posted by **mai** on Sunday, May 4, 2014 at 11:26pm.

We calculated that 30.0 grams of ice initially at -10.0 Celsius and it requires 23.1 kj of energy to bring it all the way to a boil. How much additional energy does it take to convert all of the water to steam at 100 degree Celsius? How does this compare to what we calculated before?

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