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How much ice must melt at 0C in order to gain 2 gof mass Where does this mass come from

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How much ice must melt at 0C in order to gain 2 gof mass? Where does this mass come from? The heatof fusion for water is 334 J/g.

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Thursday, December 10, 15 iClicker § Maxwell’s equations describe •A: that electric field is produced by electric charges •B: that there are no magnetic charges •C: that changing magnetic field produces electric field •D: that magnetic field is produced by electric currents and by changing electric field •E: All of the above 2 Diffraction and interference 3 Constructive Interference (1) § The geometric optics of the previous chapter cannot be used to explain interference § To understand these interference + phen

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Textbook: Modern Physics for Scientists and Engineers
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Author: Stephen T. Thornton, Andrew Rex
ISBN: 9781133103721

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