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how much thermal energy is needed to raise 500.0g of H2O at 50.0*C to steam at 100.0*C? step by step solution and answer!!???!!

answer? You have to be kidding. Are you taking a quiz and want to turn it in? Goodness.
Find the heat in each of the following.
heat the water from 50 to 100C
change the water to steam at 100C

add both those.

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