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how much energy is needed to heat 180g of ice from 72 degrees celsius to 220 degrees celsius

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    If you started with ice, it could not have been at 72 degrees Celsius.

    You seem to be evaporating liquid water to form superheated steam.

    You may have copied the problem incorrectly.

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