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A 5.0 MULTIPLIED BY 10 TO THE POWER OF 2g aluminium block is heated to 350 degrees celcius. determine the number of kilograms of ice at 0 degrees celcius that the aluminium block will melt as it cools.

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    How much heat is availbale in the Al block when changing T from 350 degrees Celsius (note the correct spelling of Celsius) to 0 degrees C.?

    q = mass x specific heat Al x delta T.

    how much heat is used in melting ice?
    q = mass x heat fusion.

    calculate mass.

    Post your work if you get stuck.

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