Chemistry - Heat of Fusion of Ice

Conclusion question(s) from a lab we did to find the heat of fusion of ice:

Does the value obtained for the molar heat of fusion depend on the volume of water used? Does it depend on the mass of ice melted? Does it depend on the final temperature of the mixture?


The heat of fusion should be in heat units per unit mass, so it should not depend on mass. The heat of fusion is a physical charactistic of a particular compound, it does not depend on anything except what compound is being examined.

i need help in heat of fusion my mean old teacher made us do 15 pages of heat of fusion and i am only in 5 grade!!!

6000 calories of heat are added to 32g of water at 100 degree celsius. what is the resulting temperature?

in what way does calorimetry make use of law of conservation of energy?

When water is frozen into ice cubes in the freezer, where does the released heat go?

HOW DO YOU FIGURE OUT THE SPECIFIC HEAT. TO DETERMINE THE HEAT OF FUSION OF ICE

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  1. i believe calorimetry displays the law of conservation of energy because in the calorimeter, heat/energy is neither gained nor lost.

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  2. a,,,e,,,wala

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  3. no to all of the above

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  4. i am looking for the result of the experiment

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  5. how many kilojoules are released when 35.0g of water at 65.0 celcius is cooled to 0.0 celcius and changed to solid?

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