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A 0.20 kg ice cube at 0.0° C has sufficient heat added to it to cause total melting, and the resulting water is heated to70deg.Cel. > How much heat is added? (For water Lf=334kj/kg > andLv=2257kj/kg >

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    heat added: Lf*mass + mass*specificheat*(70C-0C)

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