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calculate the quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of 1g of ice from -10°c to 110°c

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  1. break it into parts:
    a) heat the ice from-10 to 0C
    b) melt the 1 g of ice at 0C
    c) heat the wter from 0C t0 100C
    d) change the 100C water to steam at 100C
    e) change the temp of the steam from100C to 100C
    Now add the heats.

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    bobpursley
  2. all at 1 atmosphere I assume
    specific heat of ice = Si
    latent heat of ice = Hi
    Specific heat of water = Sw
    Heat of vaporization of water = Vw
    Specific heat of steam = Ss (look in your book for these constants. Steam is tricky because depends on pressure, temperature conditions but you were probably given a value to use)
    so
    Q = 1 gram * [ 10 Si + Hi + 100 Sw + Vw + 10 Ss ]

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