Problem: What is the enthalpy change associated with heating 20g of Al from room temperature (23°C) to its melting point at 660°C and then melting it. (Specific heat of Al, Cp = 0.900J/kg °C; ΔH fus = 437 kJ/mole)  

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What is the enthalpy change associated with heating 20g of Al from room temperature (23°C) to its melting point at 660°C and then melting it. (Specific heat of Al, Cp = 0.900J/kg °C; ΔH fus = 437 kJ/mole) 

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