 17.1: Which has more atoms: 1 kg of iron or 1 kg of aluminum?See the Peri...
 17.2: Name several properties of materials that could beexploited to make...
 17.3: Which is larger, 1C or IF 0?
 17.4: If system A is in equilibrium with system B, but B is not inequilib...
 17.5: Suppose system C is not in equilibrium with system A nor inequilibr...
 17.6: In the relation M = aiQ A T, should 0 be the initiallength, the fin...
 17.7: A flat bimetallic strip consists of a strip of aluminum rivetedto a...
 17.8: Long steam pipes that are fixed at the ends often have asection in ...
 17.9: A flat uniform cylinder of lead floats in mercury at 0C. Willthe le...
 17.10: Figure 1718 shows a diagram of a simple thermostat usedto control ...
 17.11: Explain why it is advisable to add water to an overheatedautomobile...
 17.12: The units for the coefficients of expansion a are (C0)1, andthere ...
 17.13: When a cold mercuryinglass thermometer is first placed ina hot tu...
 17.14: The principal virtue of Pyrex glass is that its coefficient oflinea...
 17.15: Will a grandfather clock, accurate at 20C, run fast or slowon a hot...
 17.16: Freezing a can of soda will cause its bottom and top tobulge so bad...
 17.17: Why might you expect an alcoholinglass thermometer tobe more prec...
 17.18: Will the buoyant force on an aluminum sphere submergedin water incr...
 17.19: If an atom is measured to have a mass of 6.7 X 1027kg,what atom do...
 17.20: From a practical point of view, does it really matter what gasis us...
 17.21: A ship loaded in sea water at 4C later sailed up a riverinto fresh ...
 17.22: (Ill) (a) Determine a formula for the change in surface areaof a un...
 17.23: (Ill) The pendulum in a grandfather clock is made of brass andkeeps...
 17.24: (Ill) A 28.4kg solid aluminum cylindrical wheel of radius0.41 m is...
 17.25: (I) An aluminum bar has the desired length when at 18C.How much str...
 17.26: (II) (a) A horizontal steel Ibeam of crosssectional area0.041 m2 ...
 17.27: (Ill) A barrel of diameter 134.122 cm at 20C is to beenclosed by an...
 17.28: (I) What are the following temperatures on the Kelvin scale:(a) 66C...
 17.29: (I) Absolute zero is what temperature on the Fahrenheit scale?
 17.30: (II) Typical temperatures in the interior of the Earth and Sunare a...
 17.31: (I) If 3.80 m3 of a gas initially at STP is placed under a pressure...
 17.32: (I) In an internal combustion engine, air at atmosphericpressure an...
 17.33: (II) Calculate the density of nitrogen at STP using the idealgas law.
 17.34: (II) If 14.00 mol of helium gas is at 10.0C and a gauge pressureof ...
 17.35: (II) A stoppered test tube traps 25.0 cm3 of air at a pressureof 1....
 17.36: (II) A stoppered test tube traps 25.0 cm3 of air at a pressureof 1....
 17.37: (II) A storage tank at STP contains 28.5 kg of nitrogen (N2).(a) Wh...
 17.38: (II) A scuba tank is filled with air to a pressure of 204 atmwhen t...
 17.39: (II) What is the pressure inside a 38.0L container holding105.0 kg...
 17.40: (II) A tank contains 30.0 kg of 0 2 gas at a gauge pressure of8.20 ...
 17.41: (II) A sealed metal container contains a gas at 20.0C and1.00 atm. ...
 17.42: (II) A tire is filled with air at 15C to a gauge pressure of250 kPa...
 17.43: (II) If 61.5 L of oxygen at 18.0C and an absolute pressure of2.45 a...
 17.44: (II) A heliumfilled balloon escapes a childs hand at sealevel and ...
 17.45: (II) A sealed metal container can withstand a pressuredifference of...
 17.46: (II) You buy an airtight bag of potato chips packaged atsea level, ...
 17.47: (II) A typical scuba tank, when fully charged, contains 12 Lof air ...
 17.48: (Ill) A sealed container containing 4.0 mol of gas issqueezed, chan...
 17.49: (Ill) Compare the value for the density of water vapor atexactly 10...
 17.50: (Ill) An air bubble at the bottom of a lake 37.0 m deep hasa volume...
 17.51: (I) Calculate the number of molecules/m3 in an ideal gas atSTP.
 17.52: (I) How many moles of water are there in 1.000 L at STP?How many mo...
 17.53: (II) What is the pressure in a region of outer space wherethere is ...
 17.54: (II) Estimate the number of (a) moles and (b) molecules ofwater in ...
 17.55: (II) The lowest pressure attainable using the best availablevacuum ...
 17.56: (II) Is a gas mostly empty space? Check by assuming thatthe spatial...
 17.57: (Ill) Estimate how many molecules of air are in each 2.0Lbreath yo...
 17.58: (I) In a constantvolume gas thermometer, what is thelimiting ratio...
 17.59: (I) At the boiling point of sulfur (444.6C) the pressure in aconsta...
 17.60: (II) Use Fig. 1717 to determine the inaccuracy of aconstantvolume...
 17.61: (Ill) A constantvolume gas thermometer is being used todetermine t...
 17.62: A Pyrex measuring cup was calibrated at normal roomtemperature. How...
 17.63: A precise steel tape measure has been calibrated at 15C. At36C, (a)...
 17.64: A cubic box of volume 6.15 X 10_2m3 is filled with air atatmospheri...
 17.65: The gauge pressure in a helium gas cylinder is initially32 atm. Aft...
 17.66: If a rod of original length ^ has its temperature changedfrom Ti to...
 17.67: If a scuba diver fills his lungs to full capacity of 5.5 L when8.0 ...
 17.68: (a) Use the ideal gas law to show that, for an ideal gas atconstant...
 17.69: A house has a volume of 870 m3. (a) What is the total massof air in...
 17.70: Assume that in an alternate universe, the laws of physics arevery d...
 17.71: An iron cube floats in a bowl of liquid mercury at 0C. (a) Ifthe te...
 17.72: (a) The tube of a mercury thermometer has an inside diameterof 0.14...
 17.73: From the known value of atmospheric pressure at thesurface of the E...
 17.74: Estimate the percent difference in the density of iron atSTP, and w...
 17.75: What is the average distance between nitrogen molecules atSTP?
 17.76: A helium balloon, assumed to be a perfect sphere, has aradius of 22...
 17.77: A standard cylinder of oxygen used in a hospital hasgauge pressure ...
 17.78: A brass lid screws tightly onto a glass jar at 15C. To help openthe...
 17.79: The density of gasoline at 0C is 0.68 X 103 kg/m3, (a) Whatis the d...
 17.80: A helium balloon has volume Vq and temperature T0 atsea level where...
 17.81: The first length standard, adopted in the eighteenth century,was a ...
 17.82: A scuba tank when fully charged has a pressure of 180 atmat 20 C. T...
 17.83: A temperature controller, designed to work in a steam environment,i...
 17.84: A copper wire sags 50.0 cm between two utility poles30.0 m apart wh...
 17.85: Snorkelers breathe through short tubular snorkels whileswimming und...
 17.86: (II) A thermocouple consists of a junction of two different typesof...
 17.87: (Ill) You have a vial of an unknown liquid which might beoctane (ga...
Solutions for Chapter 17: Temperature, Thermal Expansion, and the Ideal Gas Law
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Solutions for Chapter 17: Temperature, Thermal Expansion, and the Ideal Gas Law
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