Analysis part 1 data mass of water 1396 g mass of

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Unformatted text preview: A calorimeter was used in order to find out the heat of fusion for water. Measurements were recorded for the temperature and weight of the metal container with water and ice separately. The ice was then mixed into the water and container within an insulated environment until thermal equilibrium was reached. The temperature was recorded again. Using the equation stated above we will find the heat of fusion for water. Analysis Part 1: Data Mass of Water 139.6 g...
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