 18.1: Object A has a mass that is twice the mass of object B, and object ...
 18.2: Object Ahas a mass that is twice the mass of object B. The temperat...
 18.3: The specific heat of aluminum is more than twice the specific heat ...
 18.4: A block of copper is in a pot of boiling water and has a temperatur...
 18.5: You pour both a certain amount of water at and an equal amount of w...
 18.6: You pour some water at and some ice cubes at into an insulated cont...
 18.7: You pour some water at and some ice cubes at into an insulated cont...
 18.8: Joules experiment establishing the mechanical equivalence of heat i...
 18.9: Can a gas absorb heat while its internal energy does not change? If...
 18.10: The equation is the formal statement of the first law of thermodyna...
 18.11: A real gas cools during a free expansion, while an ideal gas does n...
 18.12: An ideal gas that has a pressure of 1.0 atm and a temperature of 30...
 18.13: A gas consists of ions that repel each other. The gas undergoes a f...
 18.14: Two gasfilled rubber balloons that have equal volumes are located ...
 18.15: A gas changes its state quasistatically from A to C along the path...
 18.16: When an ideal gas undergoes an adiabatic process, (a) no work is do...
 18.17: True or false: (a) When a system can go from state 1 to state 2 by ...
 18.18: The volume of a sample of gas remains constant while its pressure i...
 18.19: When an ideal gas undergoes an isothermal process, (a) no work is d...
 18.20: Consider the following series of sequential quasistatic processes ...
 18.21: An ideal gas in a cylinder is at pressure and volume During a quasi...
 18.22: Metal Ais denser than metal B. Which would you expect to have a hig...
 18.23: An ideal gas undergoes a process during which and the volume of the...
 18.24: ENGINEERING APPLICATION, CONTEXTRICH During the early stages of de...
 18.25: A typical microwave oven has a power consumption of about 1200 W. E...
 18.26: A demonstration of the heating of a gas under adiabatic compression...
 18.27: A small change in the volume of a liquid occurs when heating the li...
 18.28: ENGINEERING APPLICATION, CONTEXTRICH You designed a solar home tha...
 18.29: How much heat must be absorbed by 60.0 g of ice at to transform it ...
 18.30: How much heat must be released by 0.100 kg of steam at to transform...
 18.31: A 50.0g piece of aluminum at is cooled to by placing it in a large...
 18.32: ENGINEERING APPLICATION, CONTEXTRICH You are supervising the creat...
 18.33: ENGINEERING APPLICATION, CONTEXTRICH While spending the summer on ...
 18.34: The specific heat of a certain metal can be determined by measuring...
 18.35: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION During his many appearances at the Tour de F...
 18.36: A25.0g glass tumbler contains 200 mL of water at If two 15.0g ice...
 18.37: A 200g piece of ice at is placed in 500 g of water at This system ...
 18.38: A 3.5kg block of copper at a temperature of is dropped into a buck...
 18.39: A wellinsulated bucket of negligible heat capacity contains 150 g ...
 18.40: A calorimeter of negligible heat capacity contains 1.00 kg of water...
 18.41: A 200g aluminum calorimeter contains 600 g of water at A 100g pie...
 18.42: The specific heat of a 100g block of a substance is to be determin...
 18.43: A 100g piece of copper is heated in a furnace to a temperature The...
 18.44: A 200g aluminum calorimeter contains 500 g of water at . Aluminum ...
 18.45: A diatomic gas does 300 J of work and also absorbs 2.50 kJ of heat....
 18.46: If a gas absorbs 1.67 MJ of heat while doing 800 kJ of work, what i...
 18.47: If a gas absorbs 84 J of heat while doing 30 J of work, what is the...
 18.48: A lead bullet initially at just melts upon striking a target. Assum...
 18.49: During a cold day, you can warm your hands by rubbing them together...
 18.50: The gas is allowed to expand at constant pressure until it reaches ...
 18.51: The gas is first cooled at constant volume until it reaches its fin...
 18.52: The gas is allowed to expand isothermally until it reaches its fina...
 18.53: The gas is heated and is allowed to expand such that it follows a s...
 18.54: In this problem, 1.00 mol of a dilute gas initially has a pressure ...
 18.55: In this problem, 1.00 mol of the ideal gas is heated while its volu...
 18.56: ENGINEERING APPLICATION, CONTEXTRICH A sealed, almostempty spray ...
 18.57: An ideal gas initially at and 200 kPa has a volume of 4.00 L. It un...
 18.58: The heat capacity at constant volume of a certain amount of a monat...
 18.59: The heat capacity at constant pressure of a certain amount of a dia...
 18.60: (a) Calculate the heat capacity per unit mass of air at constant vo...
 18.61: In this problem, 1.00 mol of an ideal diatomic gas is heated at con...
 18.62: A diatomic gas is confined to a closed container of constant volume...
 18.63: In this problem, 1.00 mol of air is confined in a cylinder with a p...
 18.64: The heat capacity at constant pressure of a sample of a gas is grea...
 18.65: Carbon dioxide at a pressure of 1.00 atm and a temperature of subli...
 18.66: In this problem, 1.00 mol of a monatomic ideal gas is initially at ...
 18.67: List all of the degrees of freedom possible for a water molecule an...
 18.68: The DulongPetit law was originally used to determine the molar mass...
 18.69: A 0.500mol sample of an ideal monatomic gas at 400 kPa and 300 K, ...
 18.70: A 0.500mol sample of an ideal diatomic gas at 400 kPa and 300 K ex...
 18.71: A 0.500mol sample of helium gas expands adiabatically and quasist...
 18.72: A 1.00mol sample of gas at and 5.00 atm is allowed to expand adiab...
 18.73: A1.00mol sample of an ideal diatomic gas is allowed to expand. Thi...
 18.74: A 2.00mol sample of an ideal monatomic gas has an initial pressure...
 18.75: At point D in Figure 1824, the pressure and temperature of 2.00 mo...
 18.76: At point D in Figure 1824, the pressure and temperature of 2.00 mo...
 18.77: Asample consisting of n moles of an ideal gas is initially at press...
 18.78: During the process of quasistatically compressing an ideal diatomi...
 18.79: The diagram in Figure 1825 represents 3.00 mol of an ideal monatom...
 18.80: The diagram in Figure 1825 represents 3.00 mol of an ideal monatom...
 18.81: The diagram in Figure 1825 represents 3.00 mol of an ideal monatom...
 18.82: Suppose that the paths AD and BC in Figure 1825 represent adiabati...
 18.83: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION, CONTEXTRICH As part of a laboratory experi...
 18.84: ENGINEERING APPLICATION Diesel engines operate without spark plugs,...
 18.85: At very low temperatures, the specific heat of a metal is given by ...
 18.86: How much work must be done on 30.0 g of carbon monoxide (CO) at sta...
 18.87: How much work must be done on 30.0 g of carbon dioxide at standard ...
 18.88: How much work must be done on 30.0 g of argon (Ar) at standard temp...
 18.89: Athermally insulated system consists of 1.00 mol of a diatomic gas ...
 18.90: When an ideal gas undergoes a temperature change at constant volume...
 18.91: An insulated cylinder is fitted with an insulated movable piston to...
 18.92: (a) In this problem, 2.00 mol of a diatomic ideal gas expands adiab...
 18.93: A vertical insulated cylinder is divided into two parts by a movabl...
 18.94: According to the Einstein model of a crystalline solid, the interna...
 18.95: (a) Use the results of to show that in the limit that the Einstein ...
 18.96: Use the results of the Einstein model in to determine the molar int...
 18.97: During an isothermal expansion, an ideal gas at an initial pressure...
 18.98: If a hole is punctured in a tire, the gas inside will gradually lea...
Solutions for Chapter 18: HEAT AND THE FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
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