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When a certain gas under a pressure of 5.00 3 106 Pa at

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When a certain gas under a pressure of 5.00 3 106 Pa at 25.08C is allowed to expand to 3.00 times its original volume, its final pressure is 1.07 3 106 Pa. What is its final temperature? (a) 450 K (b) 233 K (c) 212 K (d) 191 K (e) 115 K

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Week 15  Dependence of indec of refraction on wavelength isdispersion  n=c/(f*wavelength)  When light strikes prism, amt ra is bent from original dir Is called angle of deviation ○ Since all colors have diff angles of deviation, spread into spectrum (red deviates least)  Rainbow  Drop of water undergoes refraction and reflections Refraction at front of drop, then refracted again as returns to front of surface and moves into air ○ ○ Angle btwn white and violet is 40 deg ○ Angle btwn white and red is 42 deg ○ Drop lower in sky directs violet to observer  Others are btwn red and violet  Huygen's principle- assumes light is form of wave motion

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Textbook: Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics
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Author: Raymond A. Serway John W. Jewett
ISBN: 9781133954057

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