Steam at 100 °C is added to ice at 0 °C. Find the amount of ice melted and the final temperature when the mass of steam is 10.0 g and the mass of ice is 50.0 g. Freezing temperature of water: 0 degrees c Boiling temperature of water: 100 degrees c Latent heat of fusion of water: 333 kJ/kg Latent heat of vaporization of water: 2260 kJ/kg Specific heat of water: 4186 J/kgK Specific heat of ice: 2220 J/kgK
The heat exchange must be calculated in several steps:
1. The heat lost by the steam to the ice when the steam condenses
2. The heat gained by the ice when it melts
3. The heat lost by the condensed steam to the original water as the temperature of the condensed steam equalizes with that of the water.
Part 1: The heat released by the steam as it condenses:
ΔH1 = (mass of steam)(latent...
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