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In a thermally isolated environment, you add ice at 0°C and steam at 100°C. (a) Determine...

In a thermally isolated environment, you add ice at 0°C and steam at 100°C. (a) Determine the amount of steam condensed (in g) and the final temperature (in °C) when the mass of ice and steam added are respectively 80.5 g and 10.9 g.(b) Repeat this calculation, when the mass of ice and steam added are interchanged. (Enter the amount of steam condensed in g and the final temperature in °C.) Very confused, Please explain

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