 16.1CQ: Rank in order, from highest to lowest, the temperatures T 1 = 0 K, ...
 16.1E: Section 16.1 Solids, Liquids, and GasesWhat volume of water has the...
 16.2CQ: The sample in an experiment is initially at 10°C. If the sample’s t...
 16.2E: Section 16.1 Solids, Liquids, and GasesThe nucleus of a uranium ato...
 16.3CQ: a. Is there a highest temperature at which ice can exist? If so, wh...
 16.3E: Section 16.1 Solids, Liquids, and GasesA hollow aluminum sphere wit...
 16.4CQ: The cylinder in FIGURE is divided into two compartments by a fricti...
 16.4E: Section 16.1 Solids, Liquids, and GasesWhat is the diameter of a co...
 16.5CQ: A gas is in a sealed container. By what factor does the gas pressur...
 16.5E: Section 16.2 Atoms and MolesHow many atoms are in a 2.0 cm × 2.0 cm...
 16.6CQ: A gas is in a sealed container. The gas pressure is tripled and the...
 16.6E: Section 16.2 Atoms and MolesHow many moles are in a 2.0 cm × 2.0 cm...
 16.7CQ: An aquanaut lives in an underwater apartment 100 m beneath the surf...
 16.7E: Section 16.2 Atoms and MolesWhat is the number density of (a) alumi...
 16.8CQ: a. A sample of water vapor in an enclosed cylinder has an initial p...
 16.8E: Section 16.2 Atoms and MolesAn element in its solid phase has mass ...
 16.9CQ: A gas is in a sealed container. By what factor does the gas pressur...
 16.9E: Section 16.2 Atoms and MolesWhat volume of aluminum has the same nu...
 16.10CQ: A gas undergoes the process shown in FIGURE. By what factor does th...
 16.10E: Section 16.2 Atoms and Moles1.0 mol of gold is shaped into a sphere...
 16.11CQ: The temperature increases from 300 K to 1200 K as a gas undergoes t...
 16.11E: Section 16.3 TemperatureSection 16.4 Phase ChangesThe lowest and hi...
 16.12CQ: A student is asked to sketch a pV diagram for a gas that goes throu...
 16.12E: Section 16.3 TemperatureSection 16.4 Phase ChangesAt what temperatu...
 16.13E: Section 16.3 TemperatureSection 16.4 Phase ChangesA demented scient...
 16.14E: Section 16.3 TemperatureSection 16.4 Phase ChangesWhat is the tempe...
 16.15E: Section 16.5 Ideal GasesA cylinder contains nitrogen gas. A piston ...
 16.16E: Section 16.5 Ideal Gases3.0 mol of gas at a temperature of ?120°C f...
 16.17E: Section 16.5 Ideal GasesA gas at 100°C fills volume V 0. If the pre...
 16.18E: Section 16.5 Ideal GasesA rigid container holds 2.0 mol of gas at a...
 16.19E: Section 16.5 Ideal GasesThe total lung capacity of a typical adult ...
 16.20E: Section 16.5 Ideal GasesA 20cmdiameter cylinder that is 40 cm lon...
 16.21E: Section 16.5 Ideal GasesA 10cmdiameter cylinder of neon gas is 30...
 16.22E: Section 16.6 IdealGas ProcessesA gas with initial state variables ...
 16.23E: Section 16.6 IdealGas ProcessesA gas with initial state variables ...
 16.24E: Section 16.6 IdealGas ProcessesA rigid sphere is submerged in boil...
 16.25E: Section 16.6 IdealGas ProcessesA rigid container holds hydrogen ga...
 16.26E: Section 16.6 IdealGas ProcessesA 24cmdiameter vertical cylinder ...
 16.27E: 0.10 mol of argon gas is admitted to an evacuated 50 cm3 container ...
 16.28E: 0.10 mol of argon gas is admitted to an evacuated container at 20°C...
 16.29E: 0.10 mol of argon gas is admitted to an evacuated container at 20°C...
 16.30E: Section 16.6 IdealGas Processes0.0040 mol of gas undergoes the pro...
 16.31E: Section 16.6 IdealGas ProcessesA gas with an initial temperature o...
 16.32E: Section 16.6 IdealGas Processes0.020 mol of gas undergoes the proc...
 16.33P: The atomic mass number of copper is A = 64. Assume that atoms in so...
 16.34P: An element in its solid phase forms a cubic crystal lattice (see 33...
 16.35P: The molecular mass of water (H2 O) is A = 18. How many protons are ...
 16.36P: Estimate the number density of gas molecules in the earth’s atmosph...
 16.37P: The solar corona is a very hot atmosphere surrounding the visible s...
 16.38P: The semiconductor industry manufactures integrated circuits in larg...
 16.39P: A 6.0cmdiameter, 10cmlong cylinder contains 100 mg of oxygen (O...
 16.40P: A nebula—a region of the galaxy where new stars are forming—contain...
 16.41P: An inflated bicycle inner tube is 2.2 cm in diameter and 200 cm in ...
 16.42P: On average, each person in the industrialized world is responsible ...
 16.43P: A gas at temperature T 0 and atmospheric pressure fills a cylinder....
 16.44P: To determine the mass of neon contained in a rigid, 2.0 L cylinder,...
 16.45P: The 3.0mlong pipe in FIGURE is closed at the top end. It is slowl...
 16.46P: An electric generating plant boils water to produce highpressure s...
 16.47P: On a cool morning, when the temperature is 15°C, you measure the pr...
 16.48P: The air temperature and pressure in a laboratory are 20°C and 1.0 a...
 16.49P: A gas cylinder with a tightfitting, movable piston contains 200 cm...
 16.50P: The mercury manometer shown in FIGURE is attached to a gas cell. Th...
 16.51P: The Ushaped tube in FIGURE has a total length of 1.0 m. It is open...
 16.52P: A diver 50 m deep in 10°C fresh water exhales a 1.0cmdiameter bub...
 16.53P: A compressedair cylinder is known to fail if the pressure exceeds ...
 16.54P: Reproduce FIGURE on a piece of paper. A gas starts with pressure p ...
 16.55P: Reproduce FIGURE on a piece of paper. A gas starts with pressure p ...
 16.56P: 8.0 g of helium gas follows the process 1 ? 2 ? 3 shown in FIGURE. ...
 16.57P: FIGURE shows two different processes by which 1.0 g of nitrogen gas...
 16.58P: FIGURE shows two different processes by which 80 mol of gas move fr...
 16.59P: 0.10 mol of gas undergoes the process 1 ? 2 shown in FIGURE.a. What...
 16.60P: 0.0050 mol of gas undergoes the process 1 ? 2 ? 3 shown in FIGURE. ...
 16.61P: 4.0 g of oxygen gas, starting at 20°C, follow the process 1 ? 2 sho...
 16.62P: 10 g of dry ice (solid CO2 ) is placed in a 10,000 cm3 container, t...
 16.63P: A container of gas at 2.0 atm pressure and 127°C is compressed at c...
 16.64P: Five grams of nitrogen gas at an initial pressure of 3.0 atm and at...
 16.65P: In are given the equation(s) used to solve a problem. For these, yo...
 16.66P: In are given the equation(s) used to solve a problem. For these, yo...
 16.67P: In are given the equation(s) used to solve a problem. For these, yo...
 16.68P: In are given the equation(s) used to solve a problem. For these, yo...
 16.69CP: The 50 kg lead piston shown in FIGURE floats on 0.12 mol of compres...
 16.70CP: A diving bell is a 3.0mtall cylinder closed at the upper end but ...
 16.71CP: 10,000 cm3 of 200°C steam at a pressure of 20 atm is cooled until i...
 16.72CP: The cylinder in FIGURE has a moveable piston attached to a spring. ...
 16.73CP: Containers A and B in FIGURE hold the same gas. The volume of B is ...
 16.74CP: The closed cylinder of FIGURE has a tightfitting but frictionless...
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