 17.74GP: Plastic bubble wrap is used as a protective packing material. Ts th...
 17.75GP: Two adjacent rooms in a hotel are equal in size and connected by an...
 17.76GP: As you go up in altitude, do you expect the ratio of oxygen to nitr...
 17.79GP: Largest Raindrops Atmospheric scientists studying clouds in the Mar...
 17.80GP: Coolin: Computers Researchers arc developing “heat exchangers” for ...
 17.88GP: Five molecules have the following speeds: 221 m/s, 301 m/s, 412 m/s...
 17.96PP: The American naturalist Charles William Beebe (18771962) set a wor...
 17.31P: What is the temperature of a gas of CO2 molecules whose rms speed i...
 17.37P: A rock climber hangs freely from a nylon rope that is 14 m long and...
 17.1CQ: At the beginning of a typical airline flight you are instructed abo...
 17.1P: (a) Is the number of molecules in one mole of N2 greater than, less...
 17.2CQ: How is the air pressure in a tightly sealed house affected by opera...
 17.2P: Is the number of atoms in one mole of helium greater than, less tha...
 17.3CQ: The average speed of air molecules in your room is on the order of ...
 17.3P: If you put a heliumfilled balloon in the refrigerator, (a) will it...
 17.4CQ: Is it possible to change both the pressure and the volume of an ide...
 17.4P: Two containers hold ideal gases at the same temperature. Container ...
 17.5CQ: An Airport at Great Elevation One of the highest airports in the wo...
 17.5P: Standard temperature and pressure (STP) is defined as a temperature...
 17.6CQ: A camping stove just barely boils water on a mountaintop. When the ...
 17.6P: After emptying her lungs, a person inhales 4.1 L of air at 0.0 °C a...
 17.7CQ: An autoclave is a device used to sterilize medical instruments. It ...
 17.7P: In the morning, when the temperature is 286 K, a bicyclist finds th...
 17.8CQ: As the temperature of ice is increased, it changes first tinto a li...
 17.8P: An automobile tire has a volume of 0.0185 m3. At a temperature of 2...
 17.9CQ: Isopropyl alcohol is sometimes rubbed onto a patient's arms and leg...
 17.9P: Amount of Helium in a Blimp The Goodyear blimp Spirit of Akron is 6...
 17.10CQ: If you toss an ice cube into a swimming pool, is the water in the p...
 17.10P: A compressedair tank holds 0.500 m3 of air at a temperature of 285...
 17.11CQ: A drop of water on a kitchen counter evaporates in a matter of minu...
 17.11P: A typical region of interstellar space may contain 106 atoms per cu...
 17.12P: CE Four ideal gases have the following pressures, P,volumes, V, and...
 17.13P: A balloon contains 3.7 liters of nitrogen gas at a temperature of 8...
 17.14P: A balloon is filled with helium at a pressure of 2.4 × 105 Pa. The ...
 17.15P: A gas has a temperature of 310 K and a pressure of 101 kPa. (a) Fin...
 17.16P: A 15cm3 flask contains 0.460 g of a gas at a pressure of 153 kPa a...
 17.17P: The Atmosphere of Mars On Mars, the average temperature is —64°F an...
 17.18P: The air inside a hotair balloon has an average temperature of 79.2...
 17.19P: A cylindrical flask is fitted with an airtight piston that is free ...
 17.20P: Consider the system described in 19. Contained within the flask is ...
 17.21P: One mole of a monatomic ideal gas has an initial pressure of 210 kP...
 17.22P: The air in your room is composed mostly of oxygen (O2) and nitrogen...
 17.23P: If the translational speed of molecules in an ideal gas is doubled,...
 17.24P: A piston held at the temperature T contains a gas mixture with mole...
 17.25P: The molecules in a tank of hydrogen have the same rms speed as the ...
 17.26P: At what temperature is the rms speed of H2 equal to the rms speed t...
 17.27P: Suppose a planet has an atmosphere of pure ammonia at 0.0 °C. What ...
 17.28P: Three moles of oxygen gas (that is, 3.0 mol of O2) are placed in a ...
 17.29P: The rms speed of O2 is 1550 m/s at a given temperature, (a) Is the ...
 17.30P: An ideal gas is kept in a container of constant volume. The pressur...
 17.32P: The rms speed of a sample of gas is increased by 1 %. (a) What is t...
 17.33P: Enriching Uranium In naturally occurring uranium atoms, 99.3% are 2...
 17.34P: A 350mL spherical flask contains 0.075 mol of an ideal gas at a te...
 17.35P: A brick has faces with the following dimensions: face 1 is 1 cm by ...
 17.36P: A hollow cylindrical rod (rod 1) and a solid cylindrical rod (rod 2...
 17.38P: To stretch a relaxed biceps muscle 2.5 cm requires a force of 25 N....
 17.39P: A 22kg chimpanzee hangs from the end of a horizontal, broken branc...
 17.40P: The Marianas Trench The deepest place in all the oceans is the Mari...
 17.41P: Four cylindrical rods with various crosssectional areas and initia...
 17.42P: A steel wire 4.7 m long stretches 0.11 cm when it is given a tensio...
 17.43P: Spiderweb An orb weaver spider with a mass of 0.26 g hangs vertical...
 17.44P: Two rods of equal length (0.55 m.) and diameter (1.7 cm) arc placed...
 17.45P: A piano wire 0.82 m long and 0.93 mm in diameter is fixed on one en...
 17.46P: The formation of ice from water is accompanied by which of the foll...
 17.47P: Vapor Pressure for Water Figure 1726 shows a portion of the vapor...
 17.48P: Using the vaporpressure curve given m Figure 1726, find the tempe...
 17.49P: The Vapor Pressure of CO2 A portion of the vaporpressure curve for...
 17.50P: Referring to the vaporpressure curve for carbon dioxide given in F...
 17.51P: Phase Diagram for Water The phase diagram for water is shown in Fig...
 17.52P: Phase Diagram for CO2 The phase diagram for CO2 shown in Figure 17...
 17.53P: A sample of water ice at atmospheric pressure has a temperature jus...
 17.54P: A sample of liquid water at atmospheric pressure has a temperature ...
 17.55P: A sample of solid carbon dioxide at a pressure of 5707 kPa has a te...
 17.56P: CE Four liquids are at their freezing temperature. Heat is now remo...
 17.57P: How much heat must be removed from 0.96 kg of water at 0 °C to make...
 17.58P: A heat transfer of 9.5 × 10s J is required to convert a block of ic...
 17.59P: How much heat must be added to 1.75 kg of copper to change ‘ it fro...
 17.60P: IP A 1.1kg block of ice is initially at a temperature of ?50 °C. (...
 17.61P: Referring to the previous problem, suppose the amount ‘ of heat add...
 17.62P: Figure 1721 shows a temperatureversusheat plot for 1.000 kg of w...
 17.63P: Suppose the 1.000 kg of water in Figure 1721 starts at point A at ...
 17.64P: Figure 1722 shows a temperatureversusheat plot for 0.550 kg of w...
 17.65P: In Conceptual Checkpoint 175 we pointed out that steam can cause m...
 17.66P: When you go out to your car one cold whiter morning you discover a ...
 17.67P: A large punch bowl holds 3.99 kg of lemonade (which is essentially ...
 17.68P: 155g aluminum cylinder is removed from a liquid nitrogen bath, whe...
 17.69P: An 825g iron block is heated to 352 °C and placed in an insulated ...
 17.70P: IP A 35g ice cube at 0.0 °C is added to 110 g of water in a 62g a...
 17.71P: A 48g block of copper at12 °C is added to 110 g of water in a 75...
 17.72P: A 0.075kg ice cube at 0.0 °C is dropped into a Styrofoam cup holdi...
 17.73P: To help keep her barn warm on cold days, a farmer stores 865 kg of ...
 17.77GP: Suppose the Celsius temperature of an ideal gas is doubled from 100...
 17.78GP: Suppose the absolute temperature of an ideal gas is doubled from 10...
 17.81GP: Scuba Tanks In scuba diving circles, “an 80” refers to a scuba tank...
 17.82GP: A reaction vessel contains 8.06 g of H; and 64.0 g of O2 at a tempe...
 17.83GP: A bicycle tire with a radius of 0.68 m has a gauge pressure of 42 l...
 17.84GP: Peter catches a 4.8kg striped bass on a fishing line 0.54 mm in di...
 17.85GP: You use a steel socket wrench 28 cm long to loosen a rusty bolt, ap...
 17.86GP: A steel ball (density = 7860 kg/m3) with a diameter of 6.4 cm is li...
 17.87GP: A lead brick with the dimensions shown in Figure 1710 rests on a r...
 17.89GP: (a) Find the amount of heat that must be extracted from 1.5 kg of s...
 17.90GP: When water freezes into ice it expands in volume by 9.05%. Suppose ...
 17.91GP: Suppose the 0.550 kg of ice in Figure 1722 starts at point A. How ...
 17.92GP: Students on a spring break picnic bring a cooler that contains 5.1 ...
 17.93GP: A 5.5kg block of ice a t ?1.5 “C slides on a horizontal surface wi...
 17.94GP: A cylindrical copper rod 37 cm long and 7.5 cm in diameter is place...
 17.95PP: The American naturalist Charles William Beebe (18771962) set a wor...
 17.97PP: The American naturalist Charles William Beebe (18771962) set a wor...
 17.98PP: The American naturalist Charles William Beebe (18771962) set a wor...
 17.99IP: (a) Find the final temperature of the system if two 0.0450kg ice c...
 17.100IP: (a) Find the final temperature of the system if a single 0.045kg i...
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