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2015-10-12T21:58:11+05:30
This is due to latent heat the ice will have to attain more heat energy to increase tempurature yet water at the same tempurature will take less heat energy
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2015-10-12T21:59:42+05:30
Both ice and liquid water can exist at 0 degrees C. However, ice has a very significant heat of fusion (the number of calories required to melt melt each gram), whereas water has only its 1 calorie per gram per degree C specific heat. Therefore, ice (which must melt before it can go above 0 degrees) must absorb much more heat to increase its temperat
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