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What are the Kilojoules needed to melt 24.0g of ice at O degrees C, warm the liquid to 100 degree C and change it to steam at 100 degree C?
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melt ice: mass*heatfusionice
water : mass*spcificheatwater(100-0)
make steam: mass*heatvaporization

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