Determine the mass of snow that can be completely melted.
Use the table below to work the following problem:
Substance

Specific Heat

Heat of Fusion

Heat of Vaporization

Melting Point

Boiling Point

Zn

0.0927 cal/g?C

26.94 cal/g

421.1 cal/g

419.73?C

907?C

Au

0.00306 cal/g?C

14.99 cal/g

393.4 cal/g

1064.58?C

2857?C

Ag

0.554 cal/g?C

25.02 cal/g

554.9 cal/g

962.08?C

2163?C

Hg

0.586 cal/g?C

2.729 cal/g

70.61 cal/g

38.69?C

356.9?C

P

0.184 cal/g?C

4.859 cal/g

95.61 cal/g

44.3?C

280?C

Ice

0.48 cal/g?C

80 cal/g


0?C


Water

1.0 cal/g?C


540 cal/g


100?C

Steam

0.48 cal/g?C





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