1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A rod, with sides insulated to prevent heat loss, has one end immersed in boiling water at 100C and the other end immersed in a water/ice mixture at 0C. The rod has uniform cross-sectional area of 4.04 cm^2 and length 91cm. Under steady state conditions, heat conducted by the rod melts the ice at a rate of 1.0g every 34 seconds. What is the thermal conductivity of the rod? 2. Relevant equations H=dQ/dt=k*Area(TempChange)(1/length) Heat of Fusion of water is 3.34*10^5 J/kg 3. The attempt at a solution (3.34*10^5*91)/(34seconds*100C*4.04cm^2) = 2200 My answer key says 220 W/m*K, i've tried converting 91cm to .91m and 4.04cm^2 to .000404m^2 and I get the same 2200 answer. I think I'm making a conversion error but I'm not sure, please advice, thank you.