How Much Energy Must Be Removed From A 200 G Block Of Ice To Cool It From 0∘c To -30.0 ∘c ?

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How much energy must be removed from a 200 g block of ice to cool it from a 200g block of ice to cool it from 0 °C to -30°C?

Answer: Q = -12.7 kJ

Explanation

This is a straightforward application to the heat equation

how much energy must be removed from a 200 g block of ice to cool it from 0∘c to -30.0 ∘c ?

the negative sign of the result indicates that this heat will be lost by the ice.

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