 16.1: If system A is not in thermodynamic equilibrium with system B, and ...
 16.2: Does a thermometer measure its own temperature or the temperature o...
 16.3: Compare the relative sizes of the kelvin, the degree Celsius, the d...
 16.4: If you put a thermometer in direct sunlight, what do you measure: t...
 16.5: Why does the temperature in a stone building usually vary less than...
 16.6: Why do large bodies of water exert a temperaturemoderating effect ...
 16.7: A Thermos bottle consists of an evacuated, doublewall glass liner,...
 16.8: Stainlesssteel cookware often has a layer of aluminum or copper em...
 16.9: What method of energy transfer dominates in baking? In broiling?
 16.10: After a calm, cold night, the temperature a few feet above ground o...
 16.11: Glass and fiberglass are made from the same material, yet have dram...
 16.12: To keep your hands warm while skiing, you should wear mittens inste...
 16.13: Since Earth is exposed to solar radiation, why doesnt Earth have th...
 16.14: A Canadian meteorologist predicts an overnight low of How would a U...
 16.15: Normal room temperature is Whats this in Celsius?
 16.16: The outdoor temperature rises by Whats that rise in Fahrenheit?
 16.17: At what temperature do the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales coincide?
 16.18: The normal boiling point of nitrogen is 77.3 K. Express this in Cel...
 16.19: A sick childs temperature reads 39.1 on a Celsius thermometer. What...
 16.20: Find the heat capacity of a 55tonne concrete slab.
 16.21: Find the energy needed to raise the temperature of a 2.0kg chunk o...
 16.22: Whats the specific heat of a material if it takes 7.5 kJ to increas...
 16.23: The average human diet contains about 2000 kcal per day. If all thi...
 16.24: Walking at 3 km/h requires an energy expenditure rate of about 200 ...
 16.25: You bring a 350g wrench into the house from your car. The house is...
 16.26: (a) How much heat does it take to bring a 3.4kg iron skillet from ...
 16.27: Building heat loss in the United States is usually expressed in Btu...
 16.28: Find the heatloss rate through a slab of (a) wood and (b) Styrofoa...
 16.29: The top of a steel wood stove measures 90 cm by 40 cm and is 0.45 c...
 16.30: Youre a builder whos advising a homeowner to have her foundation wa...
 16.31: An 8.0 m by 12 m house is built on a concrete slab 23 cm thick. Fin...
 16.32: Find the factor for a wall that loses 0.040 Btu each hour through ...
 16.33: Compute the factors for 1inch thicknesses of air, concrete, fiber...
 16.34: A horseshoe has surface area and a blacksmith heats it to a redhot...
 16.35: An oven loses energy at the rate of 14 W per temperature difference...
 16.36: Youre having your homes heating system replaced, and the heating co...
 16.37: The filament of a 100W lightbulb is at 3.0 kK. Whats the filaments...
 16.38: A typical human body has surface area and skin temperature If the b...
 16.39: A constantvolume gas thermometer is filled with air whose pressure...
 16.40: A constantvolume gas thermometer is at 55kPa pressure at the trip...
 16.41: In Fig. 16.2s gas thermometer, the height h is 60.0 mm at the tripl...
 16.42: If your mass is 60 kg, whats the minimum number of Calories (kcal) ...
 16.43: Typical fats contain about 9 kcal per gram. If the energy in body f...
 16.44: A circular lake 1.0 km in diameter is 10 m deep (Fig. 16.14). Solar...
 16.45: How much heat is required to raise an 800g copper pan from to if (...
 16.46: Initially, 100 g of water and 100 g of another substance listed in ...
 16.47: You draw 330 mL of water from the tap and pop it into a 900W micro...
 16.48: Two neighbors return from Florida to find their houses at a frigid ...
 16.49: Youre arguing with your roommate about whether its quicker to heat ...
 16.50: When a nuclear power plants reactor is shut down, radioactive decay...
 16.51: A 1.2kg iron tea kettle sits on a 2.0kW stove burner. If it takes...
 16.52: The temperature of the eardrum provides a reliable measure of deep ...
 16.53: A 1500kg car moving at 40 km/h is brought to a sudden stop. If all...
 16.54: Your young niece complains that her cocoa, at is too hot. You pour ...
 16.55: A piece of copper at is dropped into 1.0 kg of water at If the equi...
 16.56: While camping, you boil water to make spaghetti. Your pot contains ...
 16.57: A biology labs walkin cooler measures 3.0 m by 2.0 m by 2.3 m and ...
 16.58: One end of an iron rod 40 cm long and 3.0 cm in diameter is in ice ...
 16.59: You arrive for a party on a night when its outside. Your hosts meet...
 16.60: An electric stove burner has surface area and emissivity The burner...
 16.61: An electric current passes through a metal strip 0.50 cm by 5.0 cm ...
 16.62: Youre considering purchasing a new sleeping bag whose manufacturer ...
 16.63: A blacksmith heats a 1.1kg iron horseshoe to then plunges it into ...
 16.64: What is the power output of a microwave oven that can heat 430 g of...
 16.65: A cylindrical log 15 cm in diameter and 65 cm long is glowing red h...
 16.66: A star whose surface temperature is 50 kK radiates W. If the star b...
 16.67: Rework Example 16.4, now assuming the house has ten singleglazed wi...
 16.68: A black wood stove with surface area is made from cast iron 4.0 mm ...
 16.69: Whats the average temperature on Pluto at its distance from the Sun...
 16.70: In a cylindrical pipe where area isnt constant, Equation 16.5 takes...
 16.71: A friend whos skeptical about climate change argues that the roughl...
 16.72: Your family is winterizing its lakefront camp, and you want at leas...
 16.73: Your niece from keeps her pet rabbit in a backyard hutch with therm...
 16.74: At low temperatures a solids specific heat is approximately proport...
 16.75: Use the method outlined in to show that the steady heatflow rate i...
 16.76: A house is at on a winter night when the outside temperature is a s...
 16.77: A more realistic approach to the solar greenhouse of Example 16.7 c...
 16.78: Fiberglass insulation owes its insulating quality primarily to a. t...
 16.79: One purpose of foil facing on fiberglass insulation is to reduce he...
 16.80: Fiberglass insulation for attics is available in 12inch thickness....
 16.81: Since fiberglass insulation is readily compressible, you could squa...
Solutions for Chapter 16: Temperature and Heat
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average (indicated by a bar over a symbol—e.g., v¯ is average velocity)

°C
Celsius degree

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Fahrenheit degree
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