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Calculate the energy needed to melt 50.0 L of nitrogen (N2).

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  1. Opps... spelled Chemistry wrong.

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  2. q = mass x heat fusion.

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  3. Hey I know this is late but anyone else who might need the answer:
    Q = mLfus = (50.0 L * 1mol/22.4L*28g/1mol) (25.7 J/g) = 1606 J = 1.61 kJ

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