# Ice to boiling water

Calculate the heat needed to convert 5kg of ice at a temperature of -5°C to water with a temperature of 100°C.

c (water) = 4200 J/°C/kg, c (ice) = 2100 J/°C/kg. The mass group heat of solidification of water is l = 334 kJ/kg.

Calculate the heat that 1k g of water must release to turn it into ice.

c (water) = 4200 J/°C/kg, c (ice) = 2100 J/°C/kg. The mass group heat of solidification of water is l = 334 kJ/kg.

Calculate the heat that 1k g of water must release to turn it into ice.

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