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23 October, 18:32

1. Which substance H, O (I) or H, 0 (s) would require the most energy to heat up?

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  1. 23 October, 19:01
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    H, 0 (s)

    Explanation:

    (s) = solid

    (l) = liquid

    I believe it is H, 0 (s) because it is a solid. In solids, the atoms are closer together than a liquid, requiring more energy to move the less excited atoms aka increase the temperature.
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