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    If an aluminum sphere has a mass of 23.01 grams at 60.0 Celsius and lowered into a cup containing 20.00 mL of water at 21.0 Celsius. The final temperature of the water and the sphere was 44.0 Celsius assuming no heat was loss calculate the mass of water that is frozen into ice?

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    Water will not freeze in the cup as it can't lose enough heat in these circumstances.

    Let the specific heat capacity of aluminium be s ...

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    This solution explains what conditions are required to freeze water in the cup to make ice using the specific heat capacity, and heat lost by the sphere, heat gained by water.

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