 13.46P: (a) What is the average translational kinetic energy of an oxygen m...
 13.48P: By what factor will the rms speed of gas molecules increase if the ...
 13.50P: Twelve molecules have the following speeds, given in units of km/s:...
 13.51P: The rms speed of molecules in a gas at 20.0°C is to be increased by...
 13.52P: If the pressure of a gas is doubled while its volume is held consta...
 13.54P: Show that for a mixture of two gases at the same temperature, the r...
 13.55P: What is the rms speed of nitrogen molecules contained in an 8.5m3 ...
 13.56P: Calculate (a) the rms speed of an oxygen molecule at 0°C and (b) de...
 13.57P: What is the average distance between nitrogen molecules at STP?
 13.58P: (a) Estimate the rms speed of an amino acid whose molecular mass is...
 13.59P: Show that the pressure P of a gas can be written , where ? is the d...
 13.63P: What is the dew point (approximately) if the humidity is 50% on a d...
 13.64P: What is the air pressure at a place where water boils at 90°C?
 13.65P: If the air pressure at a particular place in the mountains is 0.72 ...
 13.66P: What is the temperature on a day when the partial pressure of water...
 13.67P: What is the partial pressure of water on a day when the temperature...
 13.68P: What is the approximate pressure inside a pressure cooker if the wa...
 13.69P: If the humidity in a room of volume 680 m3 at 25°C is 80%, what mas...
 13.70P: Air that is at its dew point of 5°C is drawn into a building where ...
 13.71P: Estimate the time needed for a glycine molecule (see Table 13–4) to...
 13.73GP: A precise steel tape measure has been calibrated at 20°C. At 34°C, ...
 13.75GP: The gauge pressure in a helium gas cylinder is initially 28 atm. Af...
 13.74GP: A Pyrex measuring cup was calibrated at normal room temperature. Ho...
 13.76GP: Estimate the number of air molecules in a room of length 6.5 m, wid...
 13.79GP: If a scuba diver fills his lungs to full capacity of 5.5 L when 10 ...
 13.80GP: A space vehicle returning from the Moon enters Earth’s atmosphere a...
 13.81GP: The temperature of an ideal gas is increased from 110°C to 360°C wh...
 13.82GP: A house has a volume of 770 m3. (a) What is the total mass of air i...
 13.83GP: From the known value of atmospheric pressure at the surface of the ...
 13.84GP: What is the rms speed of nitrogen molecules contained in a 7.6m3 v...
 13.85GP: A standard cylinder of oxygen used in a hospital has gauge pressure...
 13.86GP: An iron cube floats in a bowl of liquid mercury at 0°C. (a) If the ...
 13.87GP: The density of gasoline at 0°C is 0.68 × 103kg/m3. What is the dens...
 13.88GP: If a steel band were to fit snugly around the Earth’s equator at 25...
 13.90GP: The first length standard, adopted in the 18th century, was a plati...
 13.91GP: A scuba tank, when fully charged, has a pressure of 195 atm at 20°C...
 13.93GP: A 1.0kg trashcan lid is suspended against gravity by tennis balls...
 13.94GP: A scuba diver releases a 3.00cmdiameter (spherical) bubble of air...
 13.95GP: Calculate the total water vapor pressure in the air on the followin...
 13.96GP: A sauna has 7.0 m3 of air volume, and the temperature is 90°C. The ...
 13.97GP: Estimate the percent difference in the density of iron at STP, and ...
 13.98GP: (a) Use the ideal gas law to show that, for an ideal gas at constan...
 13.99GP: In humid climates, people constantly dehumidify their cellars to pr...
 13.2Q: Name several properties of materials that could be used to make a t...
 13.3Q: Which is larger, 1 C° or 1 F°? Explain why.
 13.4P: Among the highest and lowest natural air temperatures claimed are 1...
 13.5P: (a) 18° below zero on the Celsius scale is what Fahrenheit temperat...
 13.5Q: A flat bimetallic strip consists of a strip of aluminum riveted to ...
 13.7Q: The units for the coefficient of linear expansion a are (Co)1 and ...
 13.8Q: Figure 1329 shows a diagram of a simple bimetallic thermostat used...
 13.9P: The Eiffel Tower (Fig. 1331) is built of wrought iron approximatel...
 13.9Q: Long steam pipes that are fixed at the ends often have a section in...
 13.12Q: A glass container may break if one part of it is heated or cooled m...
 13.13Q: The principal virtue of Pyrex glass is that its coefficient of line...
 13.14P: It is observed that 55.50 mL of water at 20°C completely fills a co...
 13.15Q: Freezing a can of soda will cause its bottom and top to bulge so ba...
 13.17Q: Will the buoyant force on an aluminum sphere submerged in water inc...
 13.24Q: Is it possible to boil water at room temperature (20°C) without hea...
 13.26Q: Explain why it is dangerous to open the radiator cap of an overheat...
 13.27Q: Why does exhaled air appear as a little white cloud in the winter (...
 13.41P: Calculate the number of molecules/m3 in an ideal gas at STP.
 13.43P: Estimate the number of (a) moles and (b) molecules of water in all ...
 13.47P: Calculate the rms speed of helium atoms near the surface of the Sun...
 13.49P: A gas is at 20°C. To what temperature must it be raised to triple t...
 13.1P: How many atoms are there in a 3.4gram copper penny?
 13.1Q: Which has more atoms: 1 kg of iron or 1 kg of aluminum? See the Per...
 13.2P: How does the number of atoms in a 26.5gram gold ring compare to th...
 13.53P: Show that the rms speed of molecules in a gas is given by i!mls = V...
 13.3P: (a) “Room temperature” is often taken to be 68°F. What is this on t...
 13.4Q: If system A is in thermal equilibrium with system B, but B is not i...
 13.60P: Two isotopes of uranium, 235U and 238U (the superscripts refer to t...
 13.6P: In an alcoholinglass thermometer, the alcohol column has length 1...
 13.61P: (a) At atmospheric pressure, in what phases can C02 exist? (b) For ...
 13.6Q: In the relation ?L = ?L0 ?T, should L0 be the initial length, the f...
 13.62P: Water is in which phase when the pressure is 0.01 atm and the tempe...
 13.10P: To make a secure fit, rivets that are larger than the rivet hole ar...
 13.10Q: A flat, uniform cylinder of lead floats in mercury at 0°C. Will the...
 13.11P: The density of water at 4°C is 1.00 × 103kg/m3. What is water’s den...
 13.11Q: When a cold mercuryinglass thermometer is first placed in a hot t...
 13.72P: (II) Oxygen diffuses from the surface of insects to the interior th...
 13.12P: A quartz sphere is 8.75 cm in diameter. What will be its change in ...
 13.13P: An ordinary glass is filled to the brim with 350.0 mL of water at 1...
 13.77GP: In outer space the density of matter is about one atom per cm3 main...
 13.14Q: Will a grandfather clock, accurate at 20°C, run fast or slow on a h...
 13.78GP: The lowest pressure attainable using the best available vacuum tech...
 13.15P: (a) A brass plug is to be placed in a ring made of iron. At 20°C, t...
 13.16P: If a fluid is contained in a long, narrow vessel so it can expand i...
 13.16Q: When a gas is rapidly compressed (say, by pushing down a piston), i...
 13.17P: (a) Show that the change in the density ? of a substance, when the ...
 13.18P: A uniform rectangular plate of length l and width w has coefficient...
 13.18Q: Explain in words how Charles’s law follows from kinetic theory and ...
 13.19P: Show that for an isotropic solid, ? = 3?, if the amount of expansio...
 13.19Q: Explain in words how GayLussac’s law follows from kinetic theory.
 13.20P: The pendulum in a grandfather clock is made of brass and keeps perf...
 13.20Q: As you go higher in the Earth’s atmosphere, the ratio of N2 molecul...
 13.89GP: A brass lid screws tightly onto a glass jar at 20°C. To help open t...
 13.21Q: Escape velocity for the Earth refers to the minimum speed an object...
 13.92GP: The escape speed from the Earth is 1.12*104 m/s, so that a gas mole...
 13.22Q: Alcohol evaporates more quickly than water at room temperature. Wha...
 13.23Q: Explain why a hot humid day is far more uncomfortable than a hot dr...
 13.25P: A barrel of diameter 134.122cm at 20°C is to be enclosed by an iron...
 13.25Q: Consider two days when the air temperature is the same but the humi...
 13.33P: A storage tank at STP contains 18.5 kg of nitrogen (N2). (a) What i...
 13.39P: If 61.5 L of oxygen at 18.0°C and an absolute pressure of 2.45 atm ...
 13.40P: A heliumfilled balloon escapes a child’s hand at sea level and 20....
 13.42P: How many moles of water are there in 1.000 L? How many molecules?
 13.44P: A cubic box of volume 5.1 × 10?2 m3 is filled with air at atmospher...
 13.45P: Estimate how many molecules of air are in each 2.0L breath you inh...
 13.7CQ: Solution 7CQ The atmospheric pressure for each point in the liquid ...
 13.7P: A concrete highway is built of slabs 12 m long (20°C). How wide sho...
 13.8CQ: The atmospheric pressure for each point in the liquid is same. Only...
 13.8P: Super Invar™, an alloy of iron and nickel, is a strong material wit...
 13.21P: (a) The tube of a mercury thermometer has an inside diameter of 0.1...
 13.22P: A 23.4kg solid aluminum cylindrical wheel of radius 0.41 m is rota...
 13.23P: An aluminum bar has the desired length when at 15°C. How much stres...
 13.24P: (a) A horizontal steel Ibeam of crosssectional area 0.041 m2 is r...
 13.26P: What are the following temperatures on the Kelvin scale: (a) 86°C, ...
 13.27P: Absolute zero is what temperature on the Fahrenheit scale?
 13.28P: Typical temperatures in the interior of the Earth and Sun are about...
 13.29P: (I) If 3.50 m3 of a gas initially at STP is placed under a pressure...
 13.30P: In an internal combustion engine, air at atmospheric pressure and a...
 13.31P: Calculate the density of oxygen at STP using the ideal gas law.
 13.32P: A storage tank contains 21.6 kg of nitrogen (N2) at an absolute pre...
 13.34P: If 18.75 mol of helium gas is at 10.0°C and a gauge pressure of 0.3...
 13.35P: What is the pressure inside a 35.0L container holding 105.0 kg of ...
 13.36P: A tank contains 26.0 kg of O2 gas at a gauge pressure of 8.70 atm. ...
 13.37P: A hotair balloon achieves its buoyant lift by heating the air insi...
 13.38P: A tire is filled with air at 15°C to a gauge pressure of 220 kPa. I...
Solutions for Chapter 13: Physics: Principles with Applications 6th Edition
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