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i am going crazy trying to figure this out. i just completed an experiment with heats of fusion and vaporization but for some reason i cant answer and explain this question

would 20.0g of steam at 100 degree celsius be enough to melt 20.0g of ice at 0 degrees celsius?

please break it down so i understand!!

• chemistry -

20 g steam x heat vap = q1
20 g ice x heat fusion = q2
Is q1 > or < q2? There's you answer.

• chemistry -

huh? im confused. whats the heat of vap? is that q=msdeltaT?

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