Which contains more heat, 1 Kg of ice at 0∘C or 1 Kg of water at 0∘C? Give reson for your answer.
1kg of water at 0°C because to form ice the ice has given out a lot of energy known as latent heat. The water at 0°C has absorbed latent heat of fusion (334 kJ / kg) of ice while it is getting converted from 0ºC ice to 0°C water.
Hence water at 0°C contains more heat.