- Heat & Thermodynamics
- Specific Heat
How it's possible for snow to contain more heat than water
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Explain how it is possible for a 30,000 kg of snow at 0 deg C to contain more heat energy than 1 mL of liquid water at 100 deg C. (Assume a pressure of one atmosphere).
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