 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 m2 and is i...
 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 ...
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average (indicated by a bar over a symbol—e.g., v¯ is average velocity)

°C
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°F
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