 19.1: Find the mass in kilograms of 7.50 1024 atoms of arsenic, which has...
 19.2: Gold has a molar mass of 197 g/mol. (a) How many moles of gold are ...
 19.3: Oxygen gas having a volume of 1000 cm3 SSM at 40.0 C and 1.01 105 P...
 19.4: A quantity of ideal gas at 10.0C and 100 kPa occupies a volume of 2...
 19.5: The best laboratory vacuum has a pressure of about 1.00 1018 atm, o...
 19.6: Water bottle in a hot car. In the American Southwest, the temperatu...
 19.7: Suppose 1.80 mol of an ideal gas is taken from a volume of 3.00 m3 ...
 19.8: Compute (a) the number of moles and (b) the number of molecules in ...
 19.9: An automobile tire has a volume of 1.64 102 m3 and contains air at ...
 19.10: A container encloses 2 mol of an ideal gas that has molar mass M1 a...
 19.11: Air that initially occupies 0.140 m3 at a gauge pressure of 103.0 k...
 19.12: Submarine rescue. When the U.S. submarine Squalus became disabled a...
 19.13: A sample of an ideal gas is taken through the cyclic process abca s...
 19.14: In the temperature range 310 K to 330 K, the pressure p of a certai...
 19.15: Suppose 0.825 mol of an ideal gas undergoes an isothermal expansion...
 19.16: An air bubble of volume 20 cm3 is at the bottom of a lake 40 m deep...
 19.17: Container A in Fig. 1922 holds an ideal gas at a pressure of 5.0 1...
 19.18: The temperature and pressure in the Suns atmosphere are 2.00 106 K ...
 19.19: (a) Compute the rms speed of a nitrogen molecule at 20.0C. The mola...
 19.20: Calculate the rms speed of helium atoms at 1000 K. See Appendix F f...
 19.21: The lowest possible temperature in outer space is 2.7 K. What is th...
 19.22: Find the rms speed of argon atoms at 313 K. See Appendix F for the ...
 19.23: A beam of hydrogen molecules (H2) is directed toward a wall, at an ...
 19.24: At 273 K and 1.00 102 atm, the density of a gas is 1.24 105 g/cm3 ....
 19.25: Determine the average value of the translational kinetic energy of ...
 19.26: What is the average translational kinetic energy of nitrogen molecu...
 19.27: Water standing in the open at 32.0C evaporates because of the escap...
 19.28: At what frequency would the wavelength of sound in air be equal to ...
 19.29: The atmospheric density at an altitude of 2500 km is about 1 molecu...
 19.30: The mean free path of nitrogen molecules at 0.0C and 1.0 atm is 0.8...
 19.31: In a certain particle accelerator, protons travel around a circular...
 19.32: At 20C and 750 torr pressure, the mean free paths for argon gas (Ar...
 19.33: The speeds of 10 molecules are 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, . . . , 11 km/s. What...
 19.34: The speeds of 22 particles are as follows (Ni represents the number...
 19.35: Ten particles are moving with the following speeds: four at 200 m/s...
 19.36: The most probable speed of the molecules in a gas at temperature T2...
 19.37: Figure 1923 shows a hypothetical speed distribution for a sample o...
 19.38: Figure 1924 gives the probability distribution for nitrogen gas.Th...
 19.39: At what temperature does the rms speed of (a) H2 (molecular hydroge...
 19.40: Two containers are at the same temperature. The first contains gas ...
 19.41: A hydrogen molecule (diameter 1.0 108 cm), traveling at the rms spe...
 19.42: What is the internal energy of 1.0 mol of an ideal monatomic gas at...
 19.43: The temperature of 3.00 mol of an ideal diatomic gas is increased b...
 19.44: One mole of an ideal diatomic gas goes from a to c along the diagon...
 19.45: The mass of a gas molecule can be computed from its specific heat a...
 19.46: Under constant pressure, the temperature of 2.00 mol of an ideal mo...
 19.47: The temperature of 2.00 mol of an ideal monatomic gas is raised 15....
 19.48: When 20.9 J was added as heat to a particular ideal gas, the volume...
 19.49: A container holds a mixture of three nonreacting gases: 2.40 mol of...
 19.50: We give 70 J as heat to a diatomic gas, which then expands at const...
 19.51: When 1.0 mol of oxygen (O2) gas is heated at constant pressure star...
 19.52: Suppose 12.0 g of oxygen (O2) gas is heated at constant atmospheric...
 19.53: Suppose 4.00 mol of an ideal diatomic gas, with molecular rotation ...
 19.54: We know that for an adiabatic process pVg a constant. Evaluate a co...
 19.55: A certain gas occupies a volume of 4.3 L at a pressure of 1.2 atm a...
 19.56: Suppose 1.00 L of a gas with g 1.30, initially at 273 K and 1.00 at...
 19.57: The volume of an ideal gas is adiabatically reduced from 200 L to 7...
 19.58: Opening champagne. In a bottle of champagne, the pocket of gas (pri...
 19.59: Figure 1926 shows two paths that may be taken by a gas from an ini...
 19.60: Adiabatic wind. The normal airflow over the Rocky Mountains is west...
 19.61: A gas is to be expanded from initial state i to final state f along...
 19.62: An ideal diatomic gas, with rotation but no oscillation, undergoes ...
 19.63: Figure 1927 shows a cycle undergone by 1.00 mol of an ideal monato...
 19.64: Calculate the work done by an external agent during an isothermal c...
 19.65: An ideal gas undergoes an adiabatic compression from p 1.0 atm, V 1...
 19.66: An ideal gas consists of 1.50 mol of diatomic molecules that rotate...
 19.67: An ideal monatomic gas initially has a temperature of 330 K and a p...
 19.68: In an interstellar gas cloud at 50.0 K, the pressure is 1.00 108 Pa...
 19.69: The envelope and basket of a hotair balloon have a combined weight...
 19.70: An ideal gas, at initial temperature T1 and initial volume 2.0 m3 ,...
 19.71: The temperature of 2.00 mol of an ideal monatomic gas is raised 15....
 19.72: At what temperature do atoms of helium gas have the same rms speed ...
 19.73: At what frequency do molecules (diameter 290 pm) collide in (an ide...
 19.74: (a) What is the number of molecules per cubic meter in air at 20C a...
 19.75: The temperature of 3.00 mol of a gas with CV 6.00 cal/molK is to be...
 19.76: During a compression at a constant pressure of 250 Pa, the volume o...
 19.77: Figure 1928 shows a hypothetical speed distribution for particles ...
 19.78: (a) An ideal gas initially at pressure p0 undergoes a free expansio...
 19.79: An ideal gas undergoes isothermal compression from an initial volum...
 19.80: Oxygen (O2) gas at 273 K and 1.0 atm is confined to a cubical conta...
 19.81: An ideal gas is taken through a complete cycle in three steps: adia...
 19.82: (a) What is the volume occupied by 1.00 mol of an ideal gas at stan...
 19.83: A sample of ideal gas expands from an initial pressure and volume o...
 19.84: An ideal gas with 3.00 mol is initially in state 1 with pressure p1...
 19.85: A steel tank contains 300 g of ammonia gas (NH3) at a pressure of 1...
 19.86: In an industrial process the volume of 25.0 mol of a monatomic idea...
 19.87: Figure 1929 shows a cycle consisting of five paths: AB is isotherm...
 19.88: An ideal gas initially at 300 K is compressed at a constant pressur...
 19.89: A pipe of length L 25.0 m that is open at one end contains air at a...
 19.90: In a motorcycle engine, a piston is forced down toward the cranksha...
 19.91: For adiabatic processes in an ideal gas, show that (a) the bulk mod...
 19.92: Air at 0.000C and 1.00 atm pressure has a density of 1.29 103 g/cm3...
 19.93: The speed of sound in different gases at a certain temperature T de...
 19.94: From the knowledge that CV, the molar specific heat at constant vol...
 19.95: The molar mass of iodine is 127 g/mol. When sound at frequency 1000...
 19.96: For air near 0C, by how much does the speed of sound increase for e...
 19.97: Two containers are at the same temperature. The gas in the first co...
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