# PHYSICS/CHEM: latent heat of fusion, specific heat?

As an attentive scientist, you put heat into a 0.500 kg sample of solid material at the rate of 10.0 kJ/min while recording its temperature as a function of time. You plot your data and obtain the graph shown in the figure
http://www.flickr.com/photos/39538700@N08/3662193518/
Questions:
A) What is the latent...
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As an attentive scientist, you put heat into a 0.500 kg sample of solid material at the rate of 10.0 kJ/min while recording its temperature as a function of time. You plot your data and obtain the graph shown in the figure

http://www.flickr.com/photos/39538700@N08/3662193518/

Questions:

A) What is the latent heat of fusion for this substance? [in J/kg]

B) What is the specific heat capacity of the solid state of the material? [in J/(kg.K)]

C) What is the specific heat capacity of the liquid state of the material? [in J/(kg.K)]

http://www.flickr.com/photos/39538700@N08/3662193518/

Questions:

A) What is the latent heat of fusion for this substance? [in J/kg]

B) What is the specific heat capacity of the solid state of the material? [in J/(kg.K)]

C) What is the specific heat capacity of the liquid state of the material? [in J/(kg.K)]

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