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When 1 gram of liquid water at 0 degrees Celsius freezes to form ice, how many total calories of heat are lost by the water and how do you know?

a. 1
b. 0.5
c. 80
d. 540

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    c. (80 calories per gram), because that is what it is. It is a value obtained experimentally.

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