 17.1DQ: Explain why it would not make sense to use a fullsize glass thermo...
 17.1E: Convert the following Celsius temperatures to Fahrenheit: (a)  62....
 17.2DQ: If you heat the air inside a rigid, sealed container until its Kelv...
 17.2E: BIO Temperatures in Biomedicine. (a) Normal body temperature. The a...
 17.3DQ: Many automobile engines have castiron cylinders and aluminum pisto...
 17.3E: (a) On January 22, 1943, the temperature in Spearfish, South Dakota...
 17.4DQ: Why do frozen water pipes burst? Would a mercury thermometer break ...
 17.4E: (a) Calculate the one temperature at which Fahrenheit and Celsius t...
 17.5DQ: Two bodies made of the same material have the same external dimensi...
 17.5E: You put a bottle of soft drink in a refrigerator and leave it until...
 17.6DQ: The inside of an oven is at a temperature of 200o C (392o F). You c...
 17.6E: Convert the following Kelvin temperatures to the Celsius and Fahren...
 17.7DQ: A newspaper article about the weather states that “the temperature ...
 17.7E: The pressure of a gas at the triple point of water is 1.35 atm. If ...
 17.8DQ: To raise the temperature of an object, must you add heat to it? If ...
 17.8E: A constantvolume gas thermometer registers an absolute pressure co...
 17.9DQ: A student asserts that a suitable unit for specific heat is 1 m2/s2...
 17.9E: A ConstantVolume Gas Thermometer. ?An experimenter using a gas the...
 17.10DQ: In some household air conditioners used in dry climates, air is coo...
 17.10E: Like the Kelvin scale, the ?Rankine ?scale is an absolute temperatu...
 17.11DQ: The units of specific heat c are J/kg ? K, but the units of heat of...
 17.11E: The Humber Bridge in England has the world’s longest single span, 1...
 17.12DQ: Why is a hot, humid day in the tropics generally more uncomfortable...
 17.12E: One of the tallest buildings in the world is the Taipei 101 in Taiw...
 17.13DQ: A piece of aluminum foil used to wrap a potato for baking in a hot ...
 17.13E: A U.S. penny has a diameter of 1.9000 cm at 20.0o C. The coin is ma...
 17.14DQ: Desert travelers sometimes keep water in a canvas bag. Some water s...
 17.14E: Ensuring a Tight Fit. ?Aluminum rivets used in airplane constructio...
 17.15DQ: When you first step out of the shower, you feel cold. But as soon a...
 17.15E: The outer diameter of a glass jar and the inner diameter of its iro...
 17.16DQ: The climate of regions adjacent to large bodies of water (like the ...
 17.16E: A geodesic dome constructed with an aluminum framework is a nearly ...
 17.17DQ: When water is placed in icecube trays in a freezer, why doesn’t th...
 17.17E: A copper cylinder is initially at 20.0o C. At what temperature will...
 17.18DQ: Before giving you an injection, a physician swabs your arm with iso...
 17.18E: A steel tank is completely filled with 2.80 m3 of ethanol when both...
 17.19DQ: A cold block of metal feels colder than a block of wood at the same...
 17.19E: A glass flask whose volume is 1000.00 cm3 at 0.0o C is completely f...
 17.20DQ: A person pours a cup of hot coffee, intending to drink it five minu...
 17.20E: (a) If an area measured on the surface of a solid body is ?A?0 at s...
 17.21DQ: When a freshly baked apple pie has just been removed from the oven,...
 17.21E: A machinist bores a hole of diameter 1.35 cm in a steel plate that ...
 17.22DQ: Oldtime kitchen lore suggests that things cook better (evenly and ...
 17.22E: As a new mechanical engineer for Engines Inc., you have been assign...
 17.23DQ: In coastal regions in the winter, the temperature over the land is ...
 17.23E: (a) A wire that is 1.50 m long at 20.0°C is found to increase in le...
 17.24DQ: It is well known that a potato bakes faster if a large nail is stuc...
 17.24E: A brass rod is 185 cm long and 1.60 cm in diameter. What force must...
 17.25DQ: Glider pilots in the Midwest know that thermal updrafts are likely ...
 17.25E: Steel train rails are laid in 12.0mlong segments placed end to en...
 17.26DQ: Some folks claim that ice cubes freeze faster if the trays are fill...
 17.26E: In an effort to stay awake for an allnight study session, a studen...
 17.27DQ: We’re lucky that the earth isn’t in thermal equilibrium with the su...
 17.27E: An aluminum tea kettle with mass 1.50 kg and containing 1.80 kg of ...
 17.28DQ: When energy shortages occur, magazine articles sometimes urge us to...
 17.28E: BIO Heat Loss During Breathing. In very cold weather a significant ...
 17.29E: You are given a sample of metal and asked to determine its specific...
 17.30E: OnDemand Water Heaters. Conventional hotwater heaters consist of ...
 17.31E: BIO While running, a 70kg student generates thermal energy at a ra...
 17.32E: CP While painting the top of an antenna 225 m in height, a worker a...
 17.33E: A crate of fruit with mass 35.0 kg and specific heat 3650 J/kg · K ...
 17.34E: CP A 25,000kg subway train initially traveling at 15.5 m/s slows t...
 17.35E: CP A nail driven into a board increases in temperature. If we assum...
 17.36E: A technician measures the specific heat of an unidentified liquid b...
 17.37E: CP A 15.0g bullet traveling horizontally at 865 m/s passes through...
 17.38E: As a physicist, you put heat into a 500.0g solid sample at the rat...
 17.39E: A 500.0g chunk of an unknown metal, which has been in boiling wate...
 17.40E: BIO Treatment for a Stroke. One suggested treatment for a person wh...
 17.41E: A copper pot with a mass of 0.500 kg contains 0.170 kg of water, an...
 17.42E: Bicycling on ?a ?Warm Day?. If the air temperature is the same as t...
 17.43E: Overheating. (a) By how much would the body temperature of the bicy...
 17.44E: In a container of negligible mass, 0.200 kg of ice at an initial te...
 17.45E: A 6.00kg piece of solid copper metal at an initial temperature T i...
 17.46E: BIO Before going in for his annual physical, a 70.0kg man whose bo...
 17.47E: BIO Basal Metabolic Rate. In the situation described in Exercise 17...
 17.48E: An icecube tray of negligible mass contains 0.350 kg of water at 1...
 17.49E: How much heat is required to convert 12.0 g of ice at ?10.0°C to st...
 17.50E: An open container holds 0.550 kg of ice at  15.0o C. The mass of t...
 17.51E: CP What must the initial speed of a lead bullet be at 25.0o C so th...
 17.52E: BIO Steam Burns Versus Water Burns. What is the amount of heat inpu...
 17.53E: BIO “The Ship of the Desert.” Camels require very little water beca...
 17.54E: BIO Evaporation of sweat is an important mechanism for temperature ...
 17.55E: CP An asteroid with a diameter of 10 km and a mass of 2.60 X 1015 k...
 17.56E: A laboratory technician drops a 0.0850kg sample of unknown solid m...
 17.57E: An insulated beaker with negligible mass contains 0.250 kg of water...
 17.58E: A glass vial containing a 16.0g sample of an enzyme is c??led in a...
 17.59E: A 4.00kg silver ingot is taken from a furnace, where its temperatu...
 17.60E: A copper calorimeter can with mass 0.100 kg contains 0.160 kg of wa...
 17.61E: A vessel whose walls are thermally insulated contains 2.40 kg of wa...
 17.62E: Two rods, one made of brass and the other made of copper, are joine...
 17.63E: Suppose that the rod in Fig. 17.23a is made of copper, is 45.0 cm l...
 17.64E: One end of an insulated metal rod is maintained at 100.0o C, and th...
 17.65E: A carpenter builds an exterior house wall with a layer of wood 3.0 ...
 17.66E: ?An electric kitchen range has a total wall area of \(1.40\ \text{m...
 17.67E: BIO Conduction Through the Skin. The blood plays an important role ...
 17.68E: A long rod, insulated to prevent heat loss along its sides, is in p...
 17.69E: A pot with a steel bottom 8.50 mm thick rests on a hot stove. The a...
 17.70E: You are asked to design a cylindrical steel rod 50.0 cm long, with ...
 17.71E: A picture window has dimensions of 1.40 m X 2.50 m and is made of g...
 17.72E: What is the rate of energy radiation per unit area of a blackbody a...
 17.73E: Size of a LightBulb Filament. The operating temperature of a tungs...
 17.74E: The emissivity of tungsten is 0.350. A tungsten sphere with radius ...
 17.75E: The Sizes of Stars. The hot glowing surfaces of stars emit energy i...
 17.76P: Suppose that a steel hoop could be constructed to fit just around t...
 17.77P: You propose a new temperature scale with temperatures given in oM. ...
 17.78P: CP CALC A 250kg weight is hanging from the ceiling by a thin coppe...
 17.79P: You are making pesto for your pasta and have a cylindrical measurin...
 17.80P: A surveyor’s 30.0m steel tape is correct at 20.0o C. The distance ...
 17.81P: CP A Foucault pendulum consists of a brass sphere with a diameter o...
 17.82P: You pour 108 cm? of ethanol, at a temperature of 10.0°C, into a gra...
 17.83P: A metal rod that is 30.0 cm long expands by 0.0650 cm when its temp...
 17.84P: On a cool (4.0o C) Saturday morning, a pilot fills the fuel tanks o...
 17.85P: (a) Equation (17.12) gives the stress required to keep the length o...
 17.86P: CP A metal wire, with density ? and Young’s modulus Y, is stretched...
 17.87P: Out of Tune. The Bstring of a guitar is made of steel (density 780...
 17.88P: A steel rod 0.450 m long and an aluminum rod 0.250 m long, both wit...
 17.89P: A steel ring with a 2.5000in. inside diameter at 20.0o C is to be ...
 17.90P: Bulk Stress Due to a Temperature Increase. (a) Prove that, if an ob...
 17.91P: A liquid is enclosed in a metal cylinder that is provided with a pi...
 17.92P: You cool a 100.0g slug of redhot iron (temperature 745o C) by dro...
 17.93P: Spacecraft Reentry. A spacecraft made of aluminum circles the earth...
 17.94P: A capstan is a rotating drum or cylinder over which a rope or cord ...
 17.95P: CALC Debye’s T 3 ?Law. At very low temperatures the molar heat capa...
 17.96P: CP A person of mass 70.0 kg is sitting in the bathtub. The bathtub ...
 17.97P: Hot Air in a Physics Lecture. (a) A typical student listening atten...
 17.98P: CALC ?The molar heat capacity of a certain substance varies with te...
 17.99P: For your cabin in the wilderness, you decide to build a primitive r...
 17.100P: Hot Water Versus Steam Heating. In a household hotwater heating sy...
 17.101P: A copper calorimeter can with mass 0.446 kg contains 0.0950 kg of i...
 17.102P: A Styrofoam bucket of negligible mass contains 1.75 kg of water and...
 17.103P: In a container of negligible mass, 0.0400 kg of steam at 100o C and...
 17.104P: BIO Mammal Insulation. Animals in cold climates often depend on ?tw...
 17.105P: A worker pours 1.250 kg of molten lead at a temperature of 327.3°C ...
 17.106P: One experimental method of measuring an insulating material’s therm...
 17.107P: Effect of a Window in a Door. A carpenter builds a solid wood door ...
 17.108P: A wood ceiling with thermal resistance ?R?1 is covered with a layer...
 17.109P: Compute the ratio of the rate of heat loss through a singlepane wi...
 17.110P: Rods of copper, brass, and steel—each with crosssectional area of ...
 17.111P: CALC Time Needed for a Lake to Freeze Over. (a) When the air temper...
 17.112P: A rod is initially at a uniform temperature of 0°C throughout. One ...
 17.113P: A rustic cabin has a floor area of 3.50 m × 3.00 m. (is walls, whic...
 17.114P: The rate at which radiant energy from the sun reaches the earth’s u...
 17.115P: A Thermos for Liquid Helium. A physicist uses a cylindrical metal c...
 17.116P: BIO Basal Metabolic Rate. The ?basal metabolic rate is the rate at ...
 17.117P: BIO Jogging in the Heat of the Day. You have probably seen people j...
 17.118P: Overheating While Jogging. (a) if The jogger in The preceding probl...
 17.119P: An engineer is developing an electric water heater to provide a con...
 17.120P: Food Intake of a Hamster. The energy output of an animal engaged in...
 17.121P: The icecaps of Greenland and Antarctica contain about 1.75% of the ...
 17.122P: Why Do the Seasons Lag? In the northern hemisphere, June 21 (the su...
 17.123CP: CALC ?Suppose that both ends of the rod in Fig. 17.23a are kept at ...
 17.124CP: CALC ?(a) A spherical shell has inner and outer radii ?a ?and ?b?, ...
 17.125CP: A steam pipe with a radius of 2.00 cm, carrying steam at is surroun...
 17.126CP: Temperature Change in a Clock. A pendulum clock is designed to tick...
 17.127CP: BIO A Walk in the Sun. Consider a poor lost soul walking at 5 km/h ...
Solutions for Chapter 17: Temperature and Heat
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The terms “temperature” and “heat” are often used interchangeably in everyday language. In physics, however, these two terms have very different meanings. In this chapter we’ll define temperature in terms of how it’s measured and see how temperature changes affect the dimensions of objects.
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