Problem: Some ice cubes at 0 ˚C with a total mass of 403 g are placed in a microwave oven and subjected to 750. W (750. J/s) of energy for 5.00 minutes. What is the final temperature of the water? Assume all the energy of the microwave is absorbed by the water, and assume no heat loss by the water.

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Some ice cubes at 0 ˚C with a total mass of 403 g are placed in a microwave oven and subjected to 750. W (750. J/s) of energy for 5.00 minutes. What is the final temperature of the water? Assume all the energy of the microwave is absorbed by the water, and assume no heat loss by the water.

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