 21.1: Cylinder A contains oxygen (O2) gas, and cylinder Bcontains nitroge...
 21.2: An ideal gas is maintained at constant pressure. Ifthe temperature ...
 21.3: Two samples of the same ideal gas have the same pressureand density...
 21.4: A heliumfilled latex balloon initially at room temperatureis place...
 21.5: A gas is at 200 K. If we wish to double the rms speed ofthe molecul...
 21.6: Rank the following from largest to smallest, noting anycases of equ...
 21.7: A sample of gas with a thermometer immersed in thegas is held over ...
 21.8: An ideal gas is contained in a vessel at 300 K. The temperatureof t...
 21.9: Which of the assumptions below is not made in thekinetic theory of ...
 21.10: The rms speed of an oxygen molecule (O2) in a containerof oxygen ga...
 21.11: A 5.00L vessel contains nitrogen gas at 27.0C and3.00 atm. Find (a...
 21.12: A 7.00L vessel contains 3.50 moles of gas at a pressureof 1.60 3 1...
 21.13: In a period of 1.00 s, 5.00 3 1023 nitrogen moleculesstrike a wall ...
 21.14: In a constantvolume process, 209 J of energy is transferredby heat...
 21.15: A sample of a diatomic ideal gas has pressure P andvolume V. When t...
 21.16: Review. A house has wellinsulated walls. It containsa volume of 10...
 21.17: A 1.00mol sample of hydrogen gas is heated at constantpressure fro...
 21.18: A vertical cylinder with a heavy piston contains airat 300 K. The i...
 21.19: Calculate the change in internal energy of 3.00 mol ofhelium gas wh...
 21.20: A 1.00L insulated bottle is full of tea at 90.08C. You pourout one...
 21.21: Review. This problem is a continuation of in Chapter 19. A hotair ...
 21.22: A certain molecule has f degrees of freedom. Showthat an ideal gas ...
 21.23: In a crude model (Fig. P21.23) of a rotating diatomicchlorine molec...
 21.24: Why is the following situation impossible? A team ofresearchers dis...
 21.25: The relationship between the heat capacity of a sampleand the speci...
 21.26: A 2.00mol sample of a diatomic ideal gas expandsslowly and adiabat...
 21.27: During the compression stroke of a certain gasolineengine, the pres...
 21.28: How much work is required to compress 5.00 mol ofair at 20.08C and ...
 21.29: Air in a thundercloud expands as it rises. If its initialtemperatur...
 21.30: Why is the following situation impossible? A new dieselengine that ...
 21.31: During the power stroke in a fourstroke automobileengine, the pist...
 21.32: Air (a diatomic ideal gas) at 27.08C and atmosphericpressure is dra...
 21.33: A 4.00L sample of a diatomic ideal gas with specificheat ratio 1.4...
 21.34: An ideal gas with specific heat ratio g confined to a cylinderis pu...
 21.35: Helium gas is in thermal equilibrium with liquidhelium at 4.20 K. E...
 21.36: Fifteen identical particles have various speeds: one hasa speed of ...
 21.37: One cubic meter of atomic hydrogen at 08C at atmosphericpressure co...
 21.38: Two gases in a mixture diffuse through a filter at ratesproportiona...
 21.39: Review. At what temperature would the average speedof helium atoms ...
 21.40: Consider a container of nitrogen gas molecules at900 K. Calculate (...
 21.41: Assume the Earths atmosphere has a uniform temperatureof 20.08C and...
 21.42: From the MaxwellBoltzmann speed distribution,show that the most pro...
 21.43: The law of atmospheres states that the number densityof molecules i...
 21.44: Eight molecules have speeds of 3.00 km/s, 4.00 km/s,5.80 km/s, 2.50...
 21.45: A small oxygen tank at a gauge pressure of 125 atm hasa volume of 6...
 21.46: The dimensions of a classroom are 4.20 m 3 3.00 m 32.50 m. (a) Find...
 21.47: The Earths atmosphere consists primarily of oxygen(21%) and nitroge...
 21.48: The mean free path , of a molecule is the average distancethat a mo...
 21.49: An air rifle shoots a lead pellet by allowing highpressureair to ex...
 21.50: In a sample of a solid metal, each atom is free tovibrate about som...
 21.51: A certain ideal gas has a molar specific heat of CV 5 72R.A 2.00mo...
 21.52: The compressibility k of a substance is defined as thefractional ch...
 21.53: Review. Oxygen at pressures much greater than 1 atmis toxic to lung...
 21.54: Examine the data for polyatomic gases in Table 21.2and give a reaso...
 21.55: Model air as a diatomic ideal gas with M 5 28.9 g/mol.A cylinder wi...
 21.56: Review. As a sound wave passes through a gas, thecompressions are e...
 21.57: Twenty particles, each of mass m0 and confined to avolume V, have v...
 21.58: In a cylinder, a sample of an ideal gas with number ofmoles n under...
 21.59: As a 1.00mol sample of a monatomic ideal gas expandsadiabatically,...
 21.60: A sample consists of an amount n in moles of a monatomicideal gas. ...
 21.61: When a small particle is suspended in a fluid, bombardmentby molecu...
 21.62: A vessel contains 1.00 3 104 oxygen molecules at 500 K.(a) Make an ...
 21.63: A pitcher throws a 0.142kg baseball at 47.2 m/s. As ittravels 16.8...
 21.64: The latent heat of vaporization for water at room temperatureis 2 4...
 21.65: A sample of a monatomic ideal gas occupies 5.00 L atatmospheric pre...
 21.66: Consider the particles in a gas centrifuge, a deviceused to separat...
 21.67: For a Maxwellian gas, use a computer or programmablecalculator to f...
 21.68: A triatomic molecule can have a linear configuration,as does CO2 (F...
 21.69: Using the MaxwellBoltzmann speed distributionfunction, verify Equat...
 21.70: On the PV diagram for an ideal gas, one isothermalcurve and one adi...
 21.71: In Beijing, a restaurant keeps a pot of chicken brothsimmering cont...
 21.72: Review. (a) If it has enough kinetic energy, a moleculeat the surfa...
 21.73: Using multiple laser beams, physicists have been ableto cool and tr...
 21.74: Equations 21.42 and 21.43 show that vrms . vavg for acollection of ...
 21.75: A cylinder is closed at both ends and has insulatingwalls. It is di...
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