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jocelyn1
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What equation would you use to calculate the heat released when a solid melts?

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DestinedForDestiny

The equation to be used to calculate the heat release when solid melts is the enthalpy of melting. It is represented as H = mCpT where H is the heat released after phase change, m is the mass of the substance, Cp is the specific heat capacity of the substance and T is the change in temperature.

miyuki

The energy change of a melting solid is called the enthalpy of melting and is explained by the equation H = mCT where : H is the heat released after phase change, m is the mass of the substance, C is the specific heat capacity of the substance and T is the change in temperature.

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