Fred adds 15 g of ice to 200 g of drink to cool it down. The ice cubes melt.
The specific latent heat of ice is 330 J/g.
Calculate the energy transferred from the drink to the ice as it melts. Show how you work out your answer.
Anyone know the answer?
Specific Latent Heat watch
- Thread Starter
- 09-04-2016 14:43
- 10-04-2016 13:32
energy (J) = mass (g) × specific latent heat (J/g)