Can anyone explain that how the ice's temperature is zero degree and water's temperature is 80 degree are mix and their final temperature is zero degree if the both ice and water has the same mass?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Where:

mc(delta T) of water = (mc(delta T) + mL ) of ice

the result for final temperature is 0 degree but how can it be???

This is telling me that if I have a perfect insulation container then every drop of water at 80 degree can be zero degree as long as the intial mass is the same, is it true?

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# Latent heat effects thermal equilibrium

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