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Calculate the latent heat fusion of the attached data
Lf =_______________inJ/Kg.

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The formula is:
Heat given = heat taken
if temp< 0 deg centigrade => ice
at 0 deg centigrade may be ice or water or both.

In attached file there are 28 data points out of which 1st 27 I can get but last one it's not printing.
Cw= specific heat = 1 cal/gm/deg-cent
Ci = 0.5 cal/gm/deg C
L = latent heat of fusion = ?
relative density of ice = 0.9

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