Question

You have a pitcher with 2.00 L of water at an initial temperature of 12.0 oC and you wish to add ice to it to bring the temperature down. If the ice starts at an initial temperature of T1 = -18.4 oC, calculate the mass of ice required to reach a final state of all liquid water at 0.00 oC. *****Assume no heat is gained or lost to the surroundings.*****

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Melting point of water - 0.00 degrees celcius

Latent heat of fusion for water- 3.33x10^5 j/kg

Boiling point of water- 100 degrees celcius

Latent heat of vaporization of water- 2.26x10^6 j'kg

Heat capacity of water- 4186 J/Kg

Heat capacity of ice- 2093 j/kg

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