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You will need the two thermochemistry equations to solve these
You will need the two thermochemistry equations to solve these problems. Have the answers ready in kJ.
You will also need some (but not all!) of these constants:
Specific heat of ice = 2.11 J/(g*K)
Specific heat of water = 4.184 J/(g*K)
Specific heat of steam = 1.97 J/(g*K)
Enthalpy of fusion = 6.01 kJ/mol
Enthalpy of vaporization = 44.07 kJ/mol
1) How much energy does it take to heat 25.0 g of 25.0 °C water to its boiling point? (Assume sea level "normal" value, not the Boone high elevation value)
2) How much energy does it take to boil 25.0 g of water and turn it into steam?
3) How much energy does it take to heat 25.0 g of steam from the boiling point to 150.0 °C?
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