# chemistry

in a freezer, 150g of water at 0degrees celcius is placed in an ice cube tray. how much energy, in kilocalories, must be removed to form ice cubes at 0 degrees celsius

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1. q = mass x heat fusion.
q = 150g x 79.8 cal/g = ? calories. Convert to kcal.

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