 19.19.1: (I) To what temperature will 8700 J of heat raise 3.0 kg ofwater th...
 19.19.2: (II) When a diver jumps into the ocean, water leaks into thegap reg...
 19.19.3: (II) An average active person consumes about 2500 Cal aday. (a) Wha...
 19.19.4: (II) A British thermal unit (Btu) is a unit of heat in theBritish s...
 19.19.5: (II) How many joules and kilocalories are generated whenthe brakes ...
 19.19.6: (II) A small immersion heater is rated at 350 W. Estimatehow long i...
 19.19.7: (I) An automobile cooling system holds 18 L of water. Howmuch heat ...
 19.19.8: (I) What is the specific heat of a metal substance if 135 kJ ofheat...
 19.19.9: (II) (a) How much energy is required to bring a 1.0L pot ofwater a...
 19.19.10: (II) Samples of copper, aluminum, and water experiencethe same temp...
 19.19.11: How long does it take a 750W coffeepot to bring to aboil 0.75 L of...
 19.19.12: (II) A hot iron horseshoe (mass = 0.40 kg), just forged(Fig. 1928)...
 19.19.13: (II) A 31.5g glass thermometer reads 23.6C before it isplaced in 1...
 19.19.14: (II) Estimate the Calorie content of 65 g of candy from thefollowin...
 19.19.15: (II) When a 290g piece of iron at 180C is placed in a95g aluminum...
 19.19.16: (II) The heat capacity, C, of an object is defined as the amountof ...
 19.19.17: (II) The 1.20kg head of a hammer has a speed of 7.5 m/sjust before...
 19.19.18: (I) How much heat is needed to melt 26.50 kg of silver thatis initi...
 19.19.19: (I) During exercise, a person may give off 180 kcal of heat in25 mi...
 19.19.20: (II) A 35g ice cube at its melting point is dropped into aninsulat...
 19.19.21: (II) Highaltitude mountain climbers do not eat snow, butalways mel...
 19.19.22: (II) An iron boiler of mass 180 kg contains 730 kg of waterat 18C. ...
 19.19.23: (II) In a hot days race, a bicyclist consumes 8.0 L of waterover th...
 19.19.24: (II) The specific heat of mercury is 138 J/kg  C. Determinethe lat...
 19.19.25: (II) At a crime scene, the forensic investigator notes that the7.2...
 19.19.26: (II) A 58kg iceskater moving at 7.5 m/s glides to a stop.Assuming...
 19.19.27: (I) Sketch a PV diagram of the following process: 2.0 L ofideal gas...
 19.19.28: (I) A gas is enclosed in a cylinder fitted with a light frictionles...
 19.19.29: The pressure in an ideal gas is cut in half slowly, whilebeing kept...
 19.19.30: (II) A 1.0L volume of air initially at 3.5 atm of (absolute)pressu...
 19.19.31: (II) Consider the following twostep process. Heat isallowed to flo...
 19.19.32: (II) The PV diagram in Fig. 1931 shows two possible statesof a sys...
 19.19.33: (II) Suppose 2.60 mol of an ideal gas of volumeVi = 3.50 m3 at T\ =...
 19.19.34: (II) In an engine, an almost ideal gas is compressedadiabatically t...
 19.19.35: (II) One and onehalf moles of an ideal monatomic gasexpand adiabat...
 19.19.36: Determine (a) the work done and (b) the change inin te rn a l en e ...
 19.19.37: (II) How much work is done by a pump to slowly compress,isothermall...
 19.19.38: (II) When a gas is taken from a to c along the curved path inFig. 1...
 19.19.39: (Ill) In the process of taking a gas from state a to state calong t...
 19.19.40: (Ill) Suppose a gas is taken clockwise around therectangular cycle ...
 19.19.41: (Ill) Determine the work done by 1.00 mol of a van derWaals gas (Se...
 19.19.42: (I) What is the internal energy of 4.50 mol of an idealdiatomic gas...
 19.19.43: If a heater supplies 1.8 X 106J/h to a room3.5 m X 4.6 m X 3.0 m co...
 19.19.44: (I) Show that if the molecules of a gas have n degrees offreedom, t...
 19.19.45: (II) A certain monatomic gas has specific heatcv = 0.0356 kcal/kg *...
 19.19.46: (II) Show that the work done by n moles of an ideal gaswhen it expa...
 19.19.47: (II) An audience of 1800 fills a concert hall of volume22.000 m3. I...
 19.19.48: (II) The specific heat at constant volume of a particular gasis 0.1...
 19.19.49: (II) A 2.00 mole sample of N2 gas at 0C is heated to 150Cat constan...
 19.19.50: (Ill) A 1.00mol sample of an ideal diatomic gas at apressure of 1....
 19.19.51: A 1.00mol sample of an ideal diatomic gas, originally at1.00 atm a...
 19.19.52: Show, using Eqs. 196 and 1915, that the workdone by a gas that sl...
 19.19.53: A 3.65mol sample of an ideal diatomic gas expandsadiabatically fro...
 19.19.54: An ideal monatomic gas, consisting of 2.8 mol of volume0.086 m3, ex...
 19.19.55: A 1.00mol sample of an ideal monatomic gas,originally at a pressur...
 19.19.56: Consider a parcel of air moving to a different altitude yin the Ear...
 19.19.57: (a) How much power is radiated by a tungsten sphere(emissivity e = ...
 19.19.58: One end of a 45cmlong copper rod with a diameterof 2.0 cm is kept...
 19.19.59: How long does it take the Sun to melt a block of ice at0C with a fl...
 19.19.60: Heat conduction to skin. Suppose 150 W of heat flowsby conduction f...
 19.19.61: A ceramic teapot (e = 0.70) and a shiny one (e = 0.10)each hold 0.5...
 19.19.62: A copper rod and an aluminum rod of the same lengthand crosssectio...
 19.19.63: (a) Using the solar constant, estimate the rate at whichthe whole E...
 19.19.64: A 100W lightbulb generates 95 W of heat, which isdissipated throug...
 19.19.65: A house thermostat is normally set to 22C, but atnight it is turned...
 19.19.66: Approximately how long should it take 9.5 kg of iceat 0C to melt wh...
 19.19.67: A cylindrical pipe has inner radius R1 and outerradius R2. The inte...
 19.19.68: Suppose the insulating qualities of the wall of acome mainly from a...
 19.19.69: A softdrink can contains about 0.20 kg of liquid at 5C.Drinking th...
 19.19.70: (a) Find the total power radiated into space by the Sun,assuming it...
 19.19.71: To get an idea of how much thermal energy is contained in theworlds...
 19.19.72: A mountain climber wears a goosedown jacket 3.5 cm thickwith total...
 19.19.73: During light activity, a 70kg person may generate200kcal/h. Assumi...
 19.19.74: Estimate the rate at which heat can be conducted from theinterior o...
 19.19.75: A marathon runner has an average metabolism rate ofabout 950 kcal/h...
 19.19.76: "A house has wellinsulated walls 19.5 cm thick (assumeconductivity...
 19.19.77: In a typical game of squash (Fig. 1936), two people hit asoft rubb...
 19.19.78: A bicycle pump is a cylinder 22 cm long and 3.0 cm indiameter. The ...
 19.19.79: A microwave oven is used to heat 250 g of water. On itsmaximum sett...
 19.19.80: The temperature within the Earths crust increases about1.0 C for ea...
 19.19.81: An ice sheet forms on a lake. The air above the sheetis at 18C, whe...
 19.19.82: An iron meteorite melts when it enters the Earthsatmosphere. If its...
 19.19.83: A scuba diver releases a 3.60cmdiameter (spherical)bubble of air ...
 19.19.84: A reciprocating compressor is a device that compresses airby a back...
 19.19.85: The temperature of the glass surface of a 75W lightbulb is75C when...
 19.19.86: Suppose 3.0 mol of neon (an ideal monatomic gas) at STPare compress...
 19.19.87: At very low temperatures, the molar specific heat of manysubstances...
 19.19.88: by an adiabatic compression of air to a temperature abovethe igniti...
 19.19.89: When 6.30 X 105 J of heat is added to a gas enclosed in acylinder f...
 19.19.90: In a cold environment, a person can lose heat by conductionand radi...
 19.19.91: (II) Suppose 1.0 mol of steam at 100C of volume0.50 m3 is expanded ...
Solutions for Chapter 19: Heat and the First Law of Thermodynamics
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