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If the water initially has a temperature of 28, how many kilojoules of heat must be removed to cool and freeze the water at 0?

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    Also something i forgot to add while posting this question. The 0 and 28 are in degrees Celsius and the ice cube tray which the water is held in has 925 grams of water

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