# Will my heating process take more energy or less?Substance - WATER Specific Latent Heat of Fusion (kJ/mol) - 6.02 Melting Pt (°C) - 0 Specific Latent Heat of Vaporization (kJ/mol) -...

Will my heating process take more energy or less?

Substance - WATER

Specific Latent Heat of Fusion (kJ/mol) - 6.02
Melting Pt (°C) - 0
Specific Latent Heat of Vaporization (kJ/mol) - 40.69
Boiling Pt (°C) - 100

Substance (s) J/g x °C
Water 4.18
Ice 2.09
Steam 2.01

A pot sits on a stove and holds 3.00 L of ice at –35 °C. The stove is turned on and begins to release heat at a steady rate to the pan of ice. Using the above info, calculate the following:

Mass of ice (density of 0.917 g/mL)
Moles of ice in pot
Amount of heat required to change the ice to 0.0 °C
A of H reqrd to liquefy ice at 0.0 °C
A of H reqrd to raise the temp of the water to 100 °C
A of H reqrd to vaporize water at 100 °C
A of H reqrd to raise the temp of the vapor to 130 °C
Total heat reqd to change the ice from its initial to 130 °C

The pot absorbs heat from the stove. Air molecules dissipate some of it before its transferred to the water. Will the heating process take more or less energy?