 18.1DQ: Section 18.1 states that ordinarily, pressure, volume, and temperat...
 18.1E: A 20.0L tank contains 4.86 X 104 kg of helium at 18.0o C. The mol...
 18.2DQ: In the idealgas equation, could an equivalent Celsius temperature ...
 18.2E: Helium gas with a volume of 2.60 L, under a pressure of 0.180 atm a...
 18.3DQ: On a chilly morning you can “see your breath.” Can you really? What...
 18.3E: A cylindrical tank has a tightfitting piston that allows the volum...
 18.4DQ: When a car is driven some distance, the air pressure in the tires i...
 18.4E: A 3.00L tank contains air at 3.00 atm and 20.0o C. The tank is sea...
 18.5DQ: The coolant in an automobile radiator is kept at a pressure higher ...
 18.5E: Planetary Atmospheres. (a) Calculate the density of the atmosphere ...
 18.6DQ: Unwrapped food placed in a freezer experiences dehydration, known a...
 18.6E: You have several identical balloons. You experimentally determine t...
 18.7DQ: “Freezedrying” food involves the same process as “freezer burn,” r...
 18.7E: P A Jaguar XK8 convertible has an eightcylinder engine. At the beg...
 18.8DQ: A group of students drove from their university (near sea level) up...
 18.8E: A welder using a tank of volume 0.0750 m3 fills it with oxygen (mol...
 18.9DQ: How does evaporation of perspiration from your skin cool your body?
 18.10DQ: A rigid, perfectly insulated container has a membrane dividing its ...
 18.10E: An empty cylindrical canister 1.50 m long and 90.0 cm in diameter i...
 18.11DQ: (a) Which has more atoms: a kilogram of hydrogen or a kilogram of l...
 18.11E: The gas inside a balloon will always have a pressure nearly equal t...
 18.12DQ: Use the concepts of the kineticmolecular model to explain: (a) why...
 18.12E: Deviations from the IdealGas Equation. For carbondioxide gas (CO2)...
 18.13DQ: The proportions of various gases in the earth’s atmosphere change s...
 18.13E: If a certain amount of ideal gas occupies a volume V at STP on eart...
 18.14DQ: on the following statement: When two gases are mixed, if they are t...
 18.14E: A diver observes a bubble of air rising from the bottom of a lake (...
 18.15DQ: The kineticmolecular model contains a hidden assumption about the ...
 18.15E: A metal tank with volume 3.10 L will burst if the absolute pressure...
 18.16DQ: The temperature of an ideal gas is directly proportional to the ave...
 18.16E: Three moles of an ideal gas are in a rigid cubical boxwith sides of...
 18.17DQ: If the pressure of an ideal monatomic gas is increased while the nu...
 18.17E: With the assumptions of Example 18.4 (Section 18.1), at what altitu...
 18.18DQ: In deriving the idealgas equation from the kinetic molecular mode...
 18.18E: Make the same assumptions as in Example 18.4 (Section 18.1). How do...
 18.19DQ: The derivation of the idealgas equation included the assumption th...
 18.19E: (a) Calculate the mass of nitrogen present in a volume of 3000 cm3 ...
 18.20DQ: A gas storage tank has a small leak. The pressure in the tank drops...
 18.20E: With the assumption that the air temperature is a uniform 0.0°C (as...
 18.21DQ: Consider two specimens of ideal gas at the same temperature. Specim...
 18.21E: At an altitude of 11,000 m (a typical cruising altitude for a jet a...
 18.22DQ: The temperature of an ideal monatomic gas is increased from 25o C t...
 18.22E: A large organic molecule has a mass of 1.41 X 1021 kg. What is the...
 18.23DQ: If the rootmeansquare speed of the atoms of an ideal gas is to be...
 18.23E: Suppose you inherit 3.00 mol of gold from your uncle (an eccentric ...
 18.24DQ: (a) If you apply the same amount of heat to 1.00 mol of an ideal mo...
 18.24E: Modern vacuum pumps make it easy to attain pressures of the order o...
 18.25DQ: The discussion in Section 18.4 concluded that all ideal monatomic g...
 18.25E: The Lagoon Nebula (?Fig. E18.24?) is a cloud of hydrogen gas locate...
 18.26DQ: In a gas that contains N molecules, is it accurate to say that the ...
 18.26E: In a gas at standard conditions, what is the length of the side of ...
 18.27DQ: Imagine a special air filter placed in a window of a house. The tin...
 18.27E: How many moles are in a 1.00kg bottle of water? How many molecules...
 18.28DQ: A beaker of water at room temperature is placed in an enclosure, an...
 18.28E: How Close Together Are Gas Molecules? Consider an ideal gas at 27o ...
 18.29DQ: Ice is slippery to walk on, and especially slippery if you wear ice...
 18.29E: Consider 5.00 mol of liquid water. (a) What volume is occupied by t...
 18.30DQ: Hydrothermal vents are openings in the ocean floor that discharge v...
 18.30E: A flask contains a mixture of neon (Ne), krypton (Kr), and radon (R...
 18.31DQ: The dark areas on the moon’s surface are called ?maria?, Latin for ...
 18.31E: Gaseous Diffusion of Uranium. (a) A process called ?gaseous diffusi...
 18.32DQ: In addition to the normal cooking directions printed on the back of...
 18.32E: The ideas of average and rootmeansquare value can be applied to a...
 18.33E: We have two equalsize boxes, A and B. Each box contains gas that b...
 18.34E: A container with volume 1.48 L is initially Evaluated Then it is fi...
 18.35E: (a) A deuteron, is the nucleus of a hydrogen isotope and consists o...
 18.36E: Martian Climate. The atmosphere of Mars is mostly CO2 (molar mass 4...
 18.37E: Oxygen (O2) has a molar mass of 32.0 g/mol. What is (a) the average...
 18.38E: Calculate the mean free path of air molecules at a pressure of .
 18.39E: At what temperature is the rootmeansquare speed of nitrogen molec...
 18.40E: Smoke particles in the air typically have masses of the order of 10...
 18.41E: (a)How much heat does it take to increase the temperature of 2.50 m...
 18.42E: Perfectly rigid containers each hold ?n moles of ideal gas, one bei...
 18.43E: (a) Compute the specific heat at constant volume of nitrogen (N2) g...
 18.44E: (a) Calculate the specific heat at constant volume of water vapor, ...
 18.45E: (a)Use Eq. 18.28 to calculate the specific heat at constant volume ...
 18.46E: For a gas of nitrogen molecules(N2) what must the temperature be if...
 18.47E: For diatomic carbon dioxide gas (CO2, molar mass 44.0 g/mol) at T =...
 18.48E: Prove that ?f?(???) as given by Eq. (18.33) is maximum for ?? = ?kT...
 18.49E: Solid water (ice) is slowly warmed from a very low temperature. (a)...
 18.50E: Puffy cumulus clouds, which are made of water droplets, occur at lo...
 18.51E: The atmosphere of the planet Mars is 95.3% carbon dioxide (CO?) and...
 18.52E: A physics lecture room at 1.00 atm and 27.0o C has a volume of 216 ...
 18.53P: CP BIO The Effect of Altitude on the Lungs. ?(a) Calculate the ?cha...
 18.54P: CP BIO The Bends. If deepsea divers rise to the surface too quickl...
 18.55P: CP A hotair balloon stays aloft because hot air at atmospheric pre...
 18.56P: (a) Use Eq. (18.1) to estimate the change in the volume of a solid ...
 18.57P: A cylinder 1.00 m tall with inside diameter 0.120 m is used to hold...
 18.58P: CP During a test dive in 1939, prior to being accepted by the U.S. ...
 18.59P: Atmosphere of Titan. Titan, the largest satellite of Saturn, has a ...
 18.60P: Pressure on Venus. At the surface of Venus the average temperature...
 18.61P: An automobile tire has a volume of 0.0150 m3 on a cold day when the...
 18.62P: A flask with a volume of 1.50 L, provided with a stopcock, contain...
 18.63P: CP A balloon of volume 750 m3 is to be filled with hydrogen at atmo...
 18.64P: A vertical cylindrical tank contains 1.80 mol of an ideal gas under...
 18.65P: CP A large tank of water has a hose connected to it (?Fig. P18.59?)...
 18.66P: BIO A person at rest inhales 0.50 L of air with each breath at a pr...
 18.67P: BIO How Many Atoms Are You? ?Estimate the number of atoms in the bo...
 18.68P: The size of an oxygen molecule is about 2.0 X 1010 m. Make a rough...
 18.69P: You have two identical containers, one containing gas A and the oth...
 18.70P: Insect Collisions?. A cubical cage 1.25 m on each side contains 250...
 18.71P: You blow up a spherical balloon to a diameter of 50.0 cm until the ...
 18.72P: CP (a) Compute the increase in gravitational potential energy for a...
 18.73P: The LennardJones Potential. ?A commonly used potentialenergy func...
 18.75P: The speed of propagation of a sound wave in air at 27°C is about 35...
 18.76P: Hydrogen on the Sun. ?The surface of the sun has a temperature of a...
 18.77P: CP (a) Show that a projectile with mass m can “escape” from the sur...
 18.78P: Planetary Atmospheres. ?(a) The temperature near the top of Jupiter...
 18.79P: (a) For what mass of molecule or particle is ???rms equal to 1.00 m...
 18.80P: In describing the heat capacities of solids in Section 18.4, we sta...
 18.81P: It is possible to make crystalline solids that are only one layer o...
 18.82P: (a) Calculate the total ?rotational kinetic energy of the molecules...
 18.83P: For each polyatomic gas in Table 18.1, compute the value
 18.84P: (a) Show that is the Maxwell–Boltzmann distribution of Eq. (18.32)....
 18.85P: Calculate the integral in Eq.(18.31) Eq.(18.16)
 18.86P: Calculate the integral in Eq.(18.30) Eq.(18.35)
 18.87P: (a) Explain why in a gas of ?N ?molecules, the number of molecules ...
 18.88P: Meteorology. The vapor pressure is the pressure of the vapor phase ...
 18.89P: The Dew Point. The vapor pressure of water (see Problem) decreases ...
 18.90P: Altitude at Which Clouds Form. On a spring day in the midwestern Un...
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