 12.1CQ: Which has more mass, a mole of Ne gas or a mole of gas?
 12.1P: Which contains the most moles: 10 g of hydrogen gas, 100 g of carbo...
 12.2CQ: If you launch a projectile upward with a high enough speed, its kin...
 12.2P: How many grams of water have the same number of oxygen atoms as 1.0...
 12.3P: You may have noticed that latex helium balloons tend to shrink rath...
 12.3CQ: You may have noticed that latex helium balloons tend to shrink rath...
 12.4CQ: If you buy a sealed bag of potato chips in Miami and drive with it ...
 12.4P: How many cubic millimeters are in 1 L?
 12.5CQ: If you double the typical speed of the molecules in a gas, by what ...
 12.5P: A box is 200 cm wide, 40 cm deep, and 3.0 cm high. What is its volu...
 12.6CQ: Two gases have the same number of molecules per cubic meter (N / V ...
 12.6P: Dry ice is frozen carbon dioxide. If you have 1.0 kg of dry ice, wh...
 12.7CQ: a. Which contains more particles, a mole of helium gas or a mole of...
 12.7P: What is the absolute pressure of the air in your car’s tires, in ps...
 12.8CQ: You have 100 g of aluminum and 100 g of lead.a. Which contains a la...
 12.8P: Total lung capacity of a typical adult is approximately 5.0 L. Appr...
 12.9CQ: Suppose you could suddenly increase the speed of every atom in a ga...
 12.9P: Many cultures around the world still use a simple weapon called a b...
 12.10CQ: A gas cylinder contains 1.0 mol of helium at a temperature of 20°C....
 12.10P: When you stifle a sneeze, you can damage delicate tissues because t...
 12.11CQ: A gas is in a sealed container. By what factor does the gas pressur...
 12.11P: 7.5 mol of helium are in a 15 L cylinder. The pressure gauge on the...
 12.12CQ: A gas is in a sealed container. By what factor does the gas tempera...
 12.12P: Mars has an atmosphere composed almost entirely of carbon dioxide, ...
 12.13CQ: What is the maximum amount of work that a gas can do during a const...
 12.13P: 3.0 mol of gas at a temperature of 120°C fills a 2.0 L container. ...
 12.14CQ: You need to precisely measure the dimensions of a large wood panel ...
 12.14P: 265 m/s is a typical cruising speed for a jet airliner. At what tem...
 12.15CQ: Your car’s radiator is made of steel and is filled with water. You ...
 12.16CQ: Materials A and B have equal densities, but A has a larger specific...
 12.15P: 10 g of liquid water is placed in a flexible bag, the air is exclud...
 12.16P: A cylinder contains 3.0 L of oxygen at 300 K and 2.4 atm. The gas i...
 12.17CQ: Two containers hold equal masses of nitrogen gas at equal temperatu...
 12.17P:
 12.18CQ: You need to raise the temperature of a gas by 10°C. To use the smal...
 12.19CQ: A sample of ideal gas is in a cylinder with a movable piston. 600 J...
 12.18P: 0.10 mol of argon gas is admitted to an evacuated 50 cm3 container ...
 12.19P: 0.10 mol of argon gas is admitted to an evacuated container at 20°C...
 12.20CQ: A student is heating chocolate in a pan on the stove. He uses a coo...
 12.20P: 0.10 mol of argon gas is admitted to an evacuated container at 20°C...
 12.21CQ: If you bake a cake at high elevation, where atmospheric pressure is...
 12.21P: 0.0040 mol of gas undergoes the process shown in Figure P12.25 . a....
 12.22CQ: The specific heat of aluminum is higher than that of iron. 1 kg blo...
 12.22P: 0.0040 mol of gas follows the hyperbolic trajectory shown in Figure...
 12.23CQ: A student is asked to sketch a pV diagram for a gas that goes throu...
 12.23P: A gas with an initial temperature of 900°C undergoes the process sh...
 12.24CQ: If you have two spoons of the same size, one silver and one stainle...
 12.24P: How much work is done on the gas in the process shown in Figure P12...
 12.25CQ: If you live somewhere with cold, clear nights, you may have noticed...
 12.25P: It is possible to make a thermometer by sealing gas in a rigid cont...
 12.26MCQ: A tire is inflated to a gauge pressure of 35 psi. The absolute pres...
 12.26P: A air bubble is released from the sandy bottom of a warm, shallow s...
 12.27MCQ: The number of atoms in a container is increased by a factor of 2 wh...
 12.27P: A weather balloon rises through the atmosphere, its volume expandin...
 12.28MCQ: A gas is compressed by an isothermal process that decreases its vol...
 12.28P: A straight rod consists of a 1.2cmlong piece of aluminum attached...
 12.29MCQ: A gas is compressed by an adiabatic process that decreases its volu...
 12.29P: The length of a steel beam increases by 0.73 mm when its temperatur...
 12.30MCQ: Suppose you do a calorimetry experiment to measure the specific hea...
 12.30P: Older railroad tracks in the U.S. are made of 12mlong pieces of s...
 12.31MCQ: Acup of water is heated with a heating coil that delivers 100 W of ...
 12.31P: The temperature of an aluminum disk is increased by 120°C. By what ...
 12.32MCQ: Three identical beakers each hold 1000 g of water at 20°C. 100 g of...
 12.32P: How much energy must be removed from a 200 g block of ice to cool i...
 12.33MCQ: 100 g of ice at 0°C and 100 g of steam at 100°C interact thermally ...
 12.34MCQ: Suppose the 600 W of radiation emitted in a microwave oven is absor...
 12.33P: How much heat is needed to change 20 g of mercury at 20°C into merc...
 12.34P: a. 100 J of heat energy are transferred to 20 g of mercury initiall...
 12.35MCQ: 40,000 J of heat is added to 1.0 kg of ice at 10°C. How much ice m...
 12.35P: The maximum amount of water an adult in temperate climates can pers...
 12.36MCQ: Steam at 100°C causes worse burns than liquid water at 100°C. This ...
 12.36P: Alligators and other reptiles don’t use enough metabolic energy to ...
 12.37P: When air is inhaled, it quickly becomes saturated with water vapor ...
 12.38P: It is important for the body to have mechanisms to effectively cool...
 12.39P: What minimum heat is needed to bring 100 g of water at 20°C to the ...
 12.40P: 30 g of copper pellets are removed from a 300°C oven and immediatel...
 12.41P: A copper block is removed from a 300°C oven and dropped into 1.00 k...
 12.42P: A 750 g aluminum pan is removed from the stove and plunged into a s...
 12.44P: Brewed coffee is often too hot to drink right away. You can cool it...
 12.43P: A 500 g metal sphere is heated to 300°C, then dropped into a beaker...
 12.45P: Marianne really likes coffee, but on summer days she doesn’t want t...
 12.46P: If a person has a dangerously high fever, submerging her in ice wat...
 12.48P: A container holds 1.0 g of oxygen at a pressure of 8.0 atm.a. How m...
 12.47P: A container holds 1.0 g of argon at a pressure of 8.0 atm.a. How mu...
 12.49P: What is the temperature change of 1.0 mol of a monatomic gas if its...
 12.50P: The temperature of 2.0 g of helium is increased at constant volume ...
 12.51P: How much work is done per cycle by a gas following the pV trajector...
 12.52P: A gas folio wing the pV trajectory of Figure 52 does 60 J of work p...
 12.53P: A 1.8cmthick wood floor covers a 4.0 m × 5.5 m room. The subfloor...
 12.54P: A copperbottomed kettle, its bottom 24 cm in diameter and 3.0 mm t...
 12.55P: What is the greatest possible rate of energy transfer by radiation ...
 12.56P: What is the greatest possible rate of energy transfer by radiation ...
 12.57P: Seals may cool themselves by using thermal windows, patches on thei...
 12.58P: Electronics and inhabitants of the International Space Station gene...
 12.59P: The glowing filament in a lamp is radiating energy at a rate of 60 ...
 12.60P: If you lie on the ground at night with no cover, you get cold rathe...
 12.61GP: A rigid container holds 2.0 mol of gas at a pressure of 1.0 atm and...
 12.62GP: A 15cmdiameter compressedair tank is 50 cm tall. The pressure at...
 12.63GP: A 10cmdiameter cylinder of helium gas is 30 cm long and at 20°C. ...
 12.64GP: Party stores sell small tanks containing 30 g of helium gas. If you...
 12.65GP: Suppose you take and hold a deep breath on a chilly day, inhaling 3...
 12.66GP: On average, each person in the industrialized world is responsible ...
 12.67GP: On a cool morning, when the temperature is 15°C, you measure the pr...
 12.68GP: Suppose you inflate your car tires to 35 psi on a 20°C day. Later, ...
 12.69GP: The volume in a constantpressure gas thermometer is directly propo...
 12.70GP: A compressedair cylinder is known to fail if the pressure exceeds ...
 12.71GP: A rigid sphere has a valve that can be opened or closed. The sphere...
 12.72GP: 80 J of work are done on the gas in the process shown in Figure P12...
 12.73GP: How much work is done by the gas in the process shown in Figure P12...
 12.74GP: ?Prolem 74GP0.10 mol of gas undergoes the process 1? 2 shown in Fig...
 12.75GP: 10 g of dry ice (solid ) is placed in a container, then all the air...
 12.76GP: A large freshwater fish has a swim bladder with a volume of . The f...
 12.77GP: A 5.0mdiameter garden pond holds of water. Solar energy is incide...
 12.78GP : 0.030 mol of an ideal monatomic gas undergoes an adiabatic compress...
 12.79GP: 0.15 mol of an ideal monatomic gas undergoes an adiabatic expansion...
 12.80GP: Susan, whose mass is 68 kg, climbs 59 m to the top of the Cape Hatt...
 12.81GP: A typical nuclear reactor generates 1000 MW of electric energy. In ...
 12.82GP: A 68 kg woman cycles at a constant 15 km/h. All of the metabolic en...
 12.83GP: A 1200 kg car traveling at 60 mph quickly brakes to a halt. The kin...
 12.84GP: A 5000 kg African elephant has a resting metabolic rate of 2500 W. ...
 12.85GP: Suppose you drop a water balloon from a height of 10 m. If the ball...
 12.86GP: What is the maximum mass of lead you could melt with 1000 J of heat...
 12.87GP: An experiment measures the temperature of a 200 g substance while s...
 12.88GP: 10 g of aluminum at 200°C and 20 g of copper are dropped into of et...
 12.89GP: A 100 g ice cube at 10°C is placed in an aluminum cup whose initia...
 12.90GP: A 50.0 g thermometer is used to measure the temperature of 200 g of...
 12.91GP: Your 300 mL cup of coffee is too hot to drink when served at 90°C. ...
 12.92GP: A gas is compressed from at a constant pressure of 400 kPa. At the ...
 12.93GP: An expandable cube, initially 20 cm on each side, contains 3.0 g of...
 12.94GP: 0.10 mol of a monatomic gas follows the process shown in Figure P12...
 12.95GP: A monatomic gas follows the process 1? 2? 3 shown in Figure P12.103...
 12.97GP: The top layer of your goose down sleeping bag has a thickness of 5....
 12.96GP: What are (a) the heat extracted from the hot reservoir and (b) the ...
 12.98GP: Suppose you go outside in your fiberfilled jacket on a windless bu...
 12.99GP: Two thin, square copper plates are radiating energy at the same rat...
 12.100GP: The surface area of an adult human is about . Suppose a person with...
 12.101GP: Thermal Properties of the OceansSeasonal temperature changes in the...
 12.102GP: Thermal Properties of the OceansSeasonal temperature changes in the...
 12.103GP: Thermal Properties of the OceansSeasonal temperature changes in the...
 12.104GP: Thermal Properties of the OceansSeasonal temperature changes in the...
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