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How much heat is added to 10.5 g of ice at -20.0°C to convert it to steam at 123.5°C?

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  1. do this in parts
    heat to warm ice to 0C
    heat to melt ice at 0C
    heat to heat water from 0 to 100C
    heat to vaporize water at 100C
    heat to heat steam from 100Cto final temp

    add the heats

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