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20. The heat of fusion for water is the amount of energy needed for water to A. freeze. B. boil. C. melt. D. evaporate
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User: 20. The heat of fusion for water is the amount of energy needed for water to A. freeze. B. boil. C. melt. D. evaporate

Weegy: The heat of fusion for water is the amount of energy needed for water B. boil
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The heat of fusion for water is the amount of energy needed for water to melt.
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