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I already posted this question on answers.yahoo.com but nobody answered it. here it is:

Alright, here's all the data I've collected:
the mass of a sample of ice: 32.28g
the initial temperature of the ice: 3.0C
After having been melted, the temperature of the ice was 36.9C (it was in a test tube which was placed in boiling water).
It was then poured into 50.0mL of tap water, which was initially 23.8C
Once the two reached an equilibrium, the temperature was 30.9C

Now what do I do to calculate the heat of fusion of ice?
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I might be mistaken, but this sounds like a type of homework question you need to be figuring out. Not us. I would know, it's all I do these days it seems..

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