# Thermology,calorimetry , help with lesson

• FPIsaac
In summary, 200 g of ice at -20 °C and an unknown quantity of water at 80 °C are placed in an adiabatic container. After heat exchange, the temperature reaches equilibrium at 40 °C. Using the data provided, the quantity of water in the container prior to blending can be calculated to be 650 g. This is based on the specific heat of ice, latent heat of fusion of ice, and specific heat of water.
FPIsaac
200 g of ice at -20 ° C are placed in an adiabatic container walls containing certain amount of water at 80 ° C. After heat exchange, temperature equilibrium is θ = 40 ° C. Calculate the quantity of water contained in the container prior to blending. Data: specific heat of ice cG = 0.5 cal / g. ° C, latent heat of fusion of ice L = 80 cal / g, specific heat of water and water = 1 cal / g. ° C

This was my response

M = Q*c * ∆T = 200 * 0.5 * 20 (because it goes until it reaches 0 ° C) = 2000 cal, Q = m * l 200 * 80 = 16000 cal, now the ice is in the liquid state 200*1* 40 =8000 => Qtotal ice as there is heat exchange quantities of heat are balanced => 26000=Ma*1*40 = 650g

right? I'm helping a friend and want to make sure it's right
sorry I do not speak English well, i am from Brazil and i am still in high school . Sorry the inconvenience

Looks good. That's what you're supposed to do, and all the algebra seems to be correct.

Thank you. Now I am relaxed

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