Which one of the following 1 kg of water at 0℃ or 1 kg of ice at 0℃ will contain more heat?
Asked by subhasray1968 | 28th Dec, 2017, 12:25: AM
water at 0°C has absorbed latent heat of fusion (334 kJ / kg) of ice while it is getting converted from 0ºC ice to 0°C water.
hence water at 0°C contain more heat
Answered by | 28th Dec, 2017, 04:03: PM
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