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Write a chemical equation to express the fact that, at 0 °C, ice melts by absorbing 334 J of heat per gram of ice.

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    H2O(s) + 334 J ==> H2O(l)
    mass ice(g) x 334 J/g = liquid water.
    The first is the chemical equation.
    The second is the mathematical equation. You didn't say which you wanted.

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