 13.3PE: To conserve energy, room temperatures are kept at 68.0ºF in the win...
 13.1CQ: What does it mean to say that two systems are in thermal equilibrium?
 13.1PE: What is the Fahrenheit temperature of a person with a 39.0ºC fever?
 13.2PE: Frost damage to most plants occurs at temperatures of 28.0ºF or low...
 13.3CQ: When a cold alcohol thermometer is placed in a hot liquid, the colu...
 13.4CQ: If you add boiling water to a cup at room temperature, what would y...
 13.4PE: A tungsten light bulb filament may operate at 2900 K. What is its F...
 13.5CQ: Thermal stresses caused by uneven cooling can easily break glass co...
 13.5PE: The surface temperature of the Sun is about 5750 K. What is this te...
 13.6CQ: Water expands significantly when it freezes: a volume increase of a...
 13.6PE: One of the hottest temperatures ever recorded on the surface of Ear...
 13.7CQ: One method of getting a tight fit, say of a metal peg in a hole in ...
 13.7PE: (a) Suppose a cold front blows into your locale and drops the tempe...
 13.8CQ: Does it really help to run hot water over a tight metal lid on a gl...
 13.8PE: (a) At what temperature do the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales have t...
 13.9CQ: Liquids and solids expand with increasing temperature, because the ...
 13.9PE: The height of the Washington Monument is measured to be 170 m on a ...
 13.10CQ: Find out the human population of Earth. Is there a mole of people i...
 13.10PE: How much taller does the Eiffel Tower become at the end of a day wh...
 13.11CQ: Under what circumstances would you expect a gas to behave significa...
 13.11PE: What is the change in length of a 3.00cmlong column of mercury if...
 13.12CQ: A constantvolume gas thermometer contains a fixed amount of gas. W...
 13.12PE: How large an expansion gap should be left between steel railroad ra...
 13.13CQ: How is momentum related to the pressure exerted by a gas? Explain o...
 13.13PE: You are looking to purchase a small piece of land in Hong Kong. The...
 13.14CQ: A pressure cooker contains water and steam in equilibrium at a pres...
 13.14PE: Global warming will produce rising sea levels partly due to melting...
 13.15CQ: Why does condensation form most rapidly on the coldest object in a ...
 13.15PE: Show that 60.0 L of gasoline originally at 15.0ºC will expand to 61...
 13.16CQ: What is the vapor pressure of solid carbon dioxide (dry ice) at – 7...
 13.17CQ: Can carbon dioxide be liquefied at room temperature ( 20ºC )? If so...
 13.17PE: (a) If a 500mL glass beaker is filled to the brim with ethyl alcoh...
 13.18CQ: Oxygen cannot be liquefied at room temperature by placing it under ...
 13.18PE: Most automobiles have a coolant reservoir to catch radiator fluid t...
 13.19CQ: What is the distinction between gas and vapor?
 13.19PE: A physicist makes a cup of instant coffee and notices that, as the ...
 13.20CQ: Because humidity depends only on water’s vapor pressure and tempera...
 13.20PE: (a) The density of water at 0ºC is very nearly 1000 kg/m3 (it is ac...
 13.21CQ: Why does a beaker of 40.0ºC water placed in a vacuum chamber start ...
 13.21PE: Show that ? ? 3?, by calculating the change in volume ?V of a cube ...
 13.22CQ: Why does rubbing alcohol evaporate much more rapidly than water at ...
 13.22PE: The gauge pressure in your car tires is 2.50×105 N/m2 at a temperat...
 13.23PE: Convert an absolute pressure of 7.00×105 N/m2 to gauge pressure in ...
 13.24PE: Suppose a gasfilled incandescent light bulb is manufactured so tha...
 13.25PE: Large heliumfilled balloons are used to lift scientific equipment ...
 13.26PE: Confirm that the units of nRT are those of energy for each value of...
 13.27PE: In the text, it was shown that N / V = 2.68×1025 m ?3 for gas at ST...
 13.28PE: Calculate the number of moles in the 2.00L volume of air in the lu...
 13.29PE: An airplane passenger has 100 cm3 of air in his stomach just before...
 13.30PE: (a) What is the volume (in km3 ) of Avogadro’s number of sand grain...
 13.31PE: An expensive vacuum system can achieve a pressure as low as 1.00×10...
 13.32PE: The number density of gas atoms at a certain location in the space ...
 13.33PE: A bicycle tire has a pressure of 7.00×105 N/m2 at a temperature of ...
 13.34PE: A highpressure gas cylinder contains 50.0 L of toxic gas at a pres...
 13.35PE: Find the number of moles in 2.00 L of gas at 35.0ºC and under 7.41×...
 13.36PE: Calculate the depth to which Avogadro’s number of table tennis ball...
 13.37PE: (a) What is the gauge pressure in a 25.0ºC car tire containing 3.60...
 13.38PE: (a) In the deep space between galaxies, the density of atoms is as ...
 13.39PE: Some incandescent light bulbs are filled with argon gas. What is vr...
 13.40PE: Average atomic and molecular speeds (vrms) are large, even at low t...
 13.41PE: (a) What is the average kinetic energy in joules of hydrogen atoms ...
 13.42PE: The escape velocity of any object from Earth is 11.2 km/s. (a) Expr...
 13.43PE: The escape velocity from the Moon is much smaller than from Earth a...
 13.44PE: Nuclear fusion, the energy source of the Sun, hydrogen bombs, and f...
 13.45PE: Suppose that the average velocity (vrms) of carbon dioxide molecule...
 13.46PE: Hydrogen molecules (molecular mass is equal to 2.016 g/ mol) have a...
 13.47PE: Much of the gas near the Sun is atomic hydrogen. Its temperature wo...
 13.48PE: There are two important isotopes of uranium— 235U and 238U ; these ...
 13.49PE: Dry air is 78.1% nitrogen. What is the partial pressure of nitrogen...
 13.50PE: (a) What is the vapor pressure of water at 20.0ºC ? (b) What percen...
 13.51PE: Pressure cookers increase cooking speed by raising the boiling temp...
 13.52PE: (a) At what temperature does water boil at an altitude of 1500 m (a...
 13.53PE: What is the atmospheric pressure on top of Mt. Everest on a day whe...
 13.54PE: At a spot in the high Andes, water boils at 80.0ºC , greatly reduci...
 13.55PE: What is the relative humidity on a 25.0ºC day when the air contains...
 13.56PE: What is the density of water vapor in g/m3 on a hot dry day in the ...
 13.57PE: A deepsea diver should breathe a gas mixture that has the same oxy...
 13.58PE: The vapor pressure of water at 40.0ºC is 7.34×103 N/m2 . Using the ...
 13.59PE: Air in human lungs has a temperature of 37.0ºC and a saturation vap...
 13.60PE: If the relative humidity is 90.0% on a muggy summer morning when th...
 13.61PE: Late on an autumn day, the relative humidity is 45.0% and the tempe...
 13.62PE: Atmospheric pressure atop Mt. Everest is 3.30×104 N/m2. (a) What is...
 13.63PE: What is the dew point (the temperature at which 100% relative humid...
 13.64PE: On a certain day, the temperature is 25.0ºC and the relative humidi...
 13.65PE: Integrated Concepts The boiling point of water increases with depth...
 13.66PE: Integrated Concepts(a) At what depth in fresh water is the critical...
 13.67PE: Integrated Concepts To get an idea of the small effect that tempera...
 13.68PE: Integrated Concepts If you want to cook in water at 150ºC , you nee...
 13.69PE: Unreasonable Results (a) How many moles per cubic meter of an ideal...
 13.70PE: Unreasonable Results (a) An automobile mechanic claims that an alum...
 13.71PE: Unreasonable Results The temperature inside a supernova explosion i...
 13.72PE: Unreasonable Results Suppose the relative humidity is 80% on a day ...
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parallel

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

°C
Celsius degree

°F
Fahrenheit degree