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Problem 16CQ Chapter 14

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Problem 16CQ

In a physics classroom demonstration, an instructor inflates a balloon by mouth and then cools it in liquid nitrogen. When cold, the shrunken balloon has a small amount of light blue liquid in it, as well as some snow-like crystals. As it warms up, the liquid boils, and part of the crystals sublimate, with some crystals lingering for awhile and then producing a liquid. Identify the blue liquid and the two solids in the cold balloon. Justify your identifications using data from Table 14.2.

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Solution 16CQ

                

See the table 14.2 provided in the textbook and note down the liquid temperature of the gases. Compare these temperatures to the liquid...

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Textbook: College Physics by Urone
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Author: Paul Peter Urone
ISBN: 9781938168000

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