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Problem 38

A 0.530 kg sample of liquid water and a sample of ice are placed in a thermally insulated container. The container also contains a device that transfers energy as heat from the liquid water to the ice at a constant rate P, until thermal equilibrium is reached. The temperatures T of the liquid water and the ice are given in Fig. IS-34 as functions of time t; the horizontal scale is set by ts = SO.O min. (a) What is rate P? (b) What is the initial mass of the ice in the container? (c) When thermal equilibrium is reached, what is the mass of the ice produced in this process?

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Chapter 17: Phases and Phase Changes  An ideal gas is one that is dilute enough, and far away enough from condensing, that the interactions between molecules can be ignored  If the volume of an ideal gas is held constant, we can find that the pressure increases with temperature o P = (constant)T  If the volume and temperature are...

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