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Heat of Fusion of Ice

This lab investigates the concept of conservation of energy as applied to calorimetry: In a closed system, the sum ofall materials that gain (absorb) energy must equal the sum of all materials that lose energy. The relationship betweentemperature and heat is discussed, including the topics of specific heat and latent heat of transformation.

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