Asked by | 10th Apr, 2008, 02:47: PM
ice at 273 k can absorb more heat from its surrounding then water at the same temp. as ice absorbs heat equal to the latent heat of fusion n turn to water at same temp n which then absorb heat to raise its temp and water, in turn, absorbs heat just to raise the temperature.
Answered by | 21st Dec, 2017, 04:29: PM
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