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how much heat must be lost by 375 g of water for it to change from a liquid to a solid?

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    80 calories/gram x 375 grams = ___ calories

    80 cal/g is called the "heat of fusion"

    If you want the answer in Joules, multiply the number of calories by 4.184

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