Rate of formation of ice


by Amith2006
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Amith2006
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May25-06, 02:51 AM
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Sir,
Ice starts forming in a lake at 0 degree Celsius, when the atmospheric temperature is -10 degree Celsius. If the time taken for 1 cm of ice to be formed is 7 hrs, what is the time taken for the thickness of ice change from 1 cm to 2cm?
Can you please give a hint to solve this problem?
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May25-06, 06:16 AM
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Quote Quote by Amith2006
Sir,
Ice starts forming in a lake at 0 degree Celsius, when the atmospheric temperature is -10 degree Celsius. If the time taken for 1 cm of ice to be formed is 7 hrs, what is the time taken for the thickness of ice change from 1 cm to 2cm?
Can you please give a hint to solve this problem?
I think you should start showing us some work if you expect a serious reply. Refer to http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=121482.
Amith2006
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May25-06, 02:07 PM
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Thank you Sir. The link that you provided was very much helpful to me.


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