Chemistry
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At a local convenience store, you purchase a cup of coffee, but, at 98.4oC, it is too hot to drink. You add 23.0 g of ice that is –2.2oC to 248 mL of the coffee. What is the final temperature of the coffee? (Assume the heat capacity and density of the coffee are the same as water and the coffee cup is well insulated.)
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