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What are the joules needed to melt 50.0g of ice at 0 degree C and to warm the liquid to 65.0 degree C?

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    q1 to melt ice at zero.
    q1 = mass ice x delta H fusion.

    q2 to warm water from zero C to 65 C.
    q2 = mass water x specific heat water x (Tfinal-Tinitial)

    Total q = q1 + q2.

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