Perform the following unit conversions: (a) 1 L to in.3 (b) 650 J to Btu (c) 0.135 kW to ft ? lbf/s (d) 378 g/s to lb/min (e) 304 kPa to lbf/in.2 (f) 55 m3 /h to ft3 /s (g) 50 km/h to ft/s (h) 8896 N to ton (52000 lbf)

5 General Chemistry 101-004 John McDuffie- 1/25/17 Highlight = Important Principle Highlight = Important Concept Highlight = Key Term - 2.5 Converting Between Units - Dimensional Analysis —Solving Problems by Using Units as a Guide —is Useful in Solving Many Chemical Problems. - Most chemistry problems you will solve in this course are unit conversion problems. - Units should always be included in calculations; they are multiplied, divided, and canceled like any other algebraic quantity. - A unit equation is a statement of two equivalent quantities, such as 2.54 cm = 1in. - A conversion factor is a fractional quantity of a unit equation with the units we are converting