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but, if i wanna know the energy of the 0 Centigrade melt into 0 Centigrade water, how to calculate it?

i mean i don't know how to use the equation Q=c*m*t, 'cause the specific heat of water and that of ice are different

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but, if i wanna know the energy of the 0 Centigrade melt into 0 Centigrade water, how to calculate it?

i mean i don't know how to use the equation Q=c*m*t, 'cause the specific heat of water and that of ice are different

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There's a fixed quantity, the latent heat, which is taken as 80cal/g or 334J/g for fusion of ice

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got it, thanks

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