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# calculate the amount of heat in KJ that is required to heat 25.0g of ice from...

calculate the amount of heat in KJ that is required to heat 25.0g of ice from -25c to 105degrees celciusto 105 degrees celcius in a close vessel and sketch a heating curve for the process.The specific heat of ice is 2.11J/(g.degrees celcius);4.18J/(g.degrees celcius for water2.00J/g.degrees celcius.DH for water is 6.01KJ/mol;DH for water 40.67KJ/mol

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