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    How much heat energy is required to raise the temperature of 5.0g of H20 from -10 degrees celsius to 110 degrees celsius ?

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    From this question, you must infer that water at -10 C is actually ice, and water at 110 C is steam.

    We actually have to go through 5 steps to calculate the total amount of heat energy required.

    There are two type of steps that you need to familiarize yourself with

    Type I
    Heating step

    q = mC(Tfinal-Tinitial)

    heat(q) equals mass of material(m) being heated, multiplied by the ...

    Solution Summary

    This solution is provided in 319 words. It goes through five steps for calculating the heat energy required, including the heat step and phase change.

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