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How much energy must be removed from a 200g block of ice to cool it from 0C to -30C?

What is the equation for this?

asked by olson56
  1. Q = M*C*(delta T), where
    Q is the heat removal required
    M = mass of ice
    C = specific heat of solid ice
    delta T = temperature change (-30 C in this case).

    You will need to look up the specific heat of solid ice.

    posted by drwls

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