calculate the mass of ice at -14c needed to cool 200cm3 of an orange drink...

calculate the mass of ice at -14c needed to cool 200cm3 of an orange drink (essentially water) from 25C to 10C?

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EmX
5 months ago
Since it has been estabished that the Orange is essentially water, we'll consider it as water from now on.
We can't deal with volumes, so using the known density of water.

See below, (feel free to comment and point out any errors, if you should find)
  • EmX: Sorry, there is an error. ice has it's own specific heat Capacity, thus it is supposed to be treated as a seperate entity in transition to water.

    But above I treated both the ice and water as one and the same.
    Please see below for the adjustment.
    My apologies.
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