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A copper Calorimeter of mass 150g,was half-filled with water of mass 300g and a temperature of 0°C.5g of ice of mass 0°C was added to the content, later some quantity of steam was passed into the mixture and the temperature rose by 20°C. Calculate the quantity of steam added.

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  1. Where is your attempt to solve this problem?
    Where have you listed:
    specific heat of Cu
    specific heat of water
    heat of fusion of water
    heat of vaporization of water
    I assume the steam is at 100 deg C

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  2. A copper Calorimeter of mass 150g,was half-filled with water of mass 300g and a temperature of 0°C.5g of ice of mass 0°C was added to the content, later some quantity of steam was passed into the mixture and the temperature rose by 20°C. Calculate the quantity of steam added.

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