Question

In a copper vessel with a temperature of t1 = 350 C, m2 = 600 g
of ice

with a temperature of t1 = 10 C. After some time a

Mixture of m3 = 550 g ice and m4 = 50 g water. Find the mass of the
vessel m1.

In the solution, neglect the heat exchange between the vessel
and

environment.

The specific heat capacity of copper is cK = 0:39 kJ/(kg*K). The
specific

Heat capacity of the ice is cE = 2:1 kJ/(kg*K). The specific heat
of fusion of the

Ice is Ls = 333 kJ/(kg)

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In a copper vessel with a temperature of t1 = 350 C, m2 = 600 g
of ice

with a temperature of t1 = 10 C. After some time a

Mixture of m3 = 550 g ice and m4 = 50 g water. Find the mass of the
vessel m1.

In the solution, neglect the heat exchange between the vessel
and

environment.

The specific heat capacity of copper is cK = 0:39 kJ/(kg*K). The
specific

Heat capacity of the ice is cE = 2:1 kJ/(kg*K). The specific heat
of fusion of the

Ice is Ls = 333 kJ/(kg)

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