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How would i find the following? I just need an explanation. I'm stuck. I have many other questions like this and i need to know how to do them. The specfic heat of ice is 2.05 J/g.

In a calorimeter, 10.0 g of ice melts at 0oC. The enthalpy of fusion of the ice is 334 J/g. How much heat was absorbed?

0.33 kJ

3.34 kJ

33.4 kJ

334 kJ

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