 14.23Q: A premature baby in an incubator can be dangerously cooled even whe...
 14.24P: A 30g ice cube at its melting point is dropped into an insulated c...
 14.24Q: Why is the liner of a thermos bottle silvered (Fig. 14–15) and why ...
 14.25P: A cube of ice is taken from the freezer at –8.5°C and placed in a 9...
 14.25Q: Imagine you have a wall that is very well insulated—it has a very h...
 14.56GP: A house has wellinsulated walls 17.5 cm thick (assume conductivity...
 14.11P: A 35g glass thermometer reads 21.6°C before it is placed in 135 mL...
 14.57GP: A 15g lead bullet traveling at 220 m/s passes through a thin wall ...
 14.5P: A water heater can generate 32,000 kJ/h. How much water can it heat...
 14.11Q: Very high in the Earth’s atmosphere, the temperature can be 700°C. ...
 14.58GP: A leaf of area 40 cm2 and mass 4.5 × 10–4 kg directly faces the Sun...
 14.5Q: The specific heat of water is quite large. Explain why this fact ma...
 14.12P: What will be the equilibrium temperature when a 245g block of copp...
 14.6P: A small immersion heater is rated at 350 W. Estimate how long it wi...
 14.12Q: Explorers on failed Arctic expeditions have survived by covering th...
 14.13P: A hot iron horseshoe (mass = 0.40 kg), just forged (Fig. 14–6), is ...
 14.6Q: Why does water in a metal canteen stay cooler if the cloth jacket s...
 14.41P: A 100W lightbulb generates 95 W of heat which is dissipated throug...
 14.7P: How many kilocalories are generated when the brakes are used to bri...
 14.42P: Suppose the insulating qualities of the wall of a house come mainly...
 14.32P: At a crime scene, the forensic investigator notes that the 8.2g le...
 14.43P: A doubleglazed window has two panes of glass separated by an air s...
 14.33P: One end of a 33cmlong aluminum rod with a diameter of 2.0 cm is k...
 14.34P: (I) Calculate the rate of heat flow by conduction through the windo...
 14.62GP: In a typical game of squash (Fig. 14–22), two people hit a soft rub...
 14.63GP: What will be the final result when equal masses of ice at 0°C and s...
 14.64GP: In a cold environment, a person can lose heat by conduction and rad...
 14.16P: Estimate the Calorie content of 75 g of candy from the following me...
 14.16Q: Ceiling fans are sometimes reversible, so that they drive the air d...
 14.17P: (II) When a 290g piece of iron at 180°C is placed in a 95g alumin...
 14.17Q: Down sleeping bags and parkas are often specified as so many inches...
 14.18P: The 1.20kg head of a hammer has a speed of 6.5 m/s just before it ...
 14.47GP: To get an idea of how much thermal energy is contained in the world...
 14.48GP: A 15g lead bullet is tested by firing it into a fixed block of woo...
 14.49GP: (a) Estimate the total power radiated into space by the Sun, assumi...
 14.7Q: Explain why burns caused by steam on the skin are often more severe...
 14.8P: An automobile cooling system holds 16 L of water. How much heat doe...
 14.2P: To what temperature will 7700 J of heat raise 3.0 kg of water that ...
 14.2Q: When a hot object warms a cooler object, does temperature flow betw...
 14.8Q: Explain why water cools (its temperature drops) when it evaporates,...
 14.3P: An average active person consumes about 2500 Cal a day. (a) What is...
 14.9P: What is the specific heat of a metal substance if 135 kJ of heat is...
 14.3Q: (a) If two objects of different temperatures are placed in contact,...
 14.9Q: Will potatoes cook faster if the water is boiling faster?
 14.4P: A British thermal unit (Btu) is a unit of heat in the British syste...
 14.10P: (II) Samples of copper, aluminum, and water experience the same tem...
 14.4Q: In warm regions where tropical plants grow but the temperature may ...
 14.53GP: A mountain climber wears a goose down jacket 3.5 cm hick with total...
 14.28Q: The Earth cools off at night much more quickly when the weather is ...
 14.54GP: A marathon runner has an average metabolism rate of about 950 kcal/...
 14.29P: The specific heat of mercury is 138J/kgC°. Determine the latent he...
 14.55GP: Estimate the rate at which heat can be conducted from the interior ...
 14.29Q: An “emergency blanket” is a thin shiny (metalcoated) plastic foil....
 14.30P: A 70g bullet traveling at 250 m/s penetrates a block of ice at 0°C...
 14.30Q: Explain why cities situated by the ocean tend to have less extreme ...
 14.31P: A 54.0kg iceskater moving at 6.4 m/s glides to a stop. Assuming t...
 14.10Q: Does an ordinary electric fan cool the air? Why or why not? If not,...
 14.38P: How long does it take the Sun to melt a block of ice at 0°C with a ...
 14.40P: (a) Using the solar constant, estimate the rate at which the whole ...
 14.39P: A copper rod and an aluminum rod of the same length and crosssecti...
 14.35P: (a) How much power is radiated by a tungsten sphere (emissivity e =...
 14.36P: Heat conduction to skin. Suppose 200 W of heat flows by conduction ...
 14.37P: Two rooms, each a cube 4.0 m per side, share a 12cmthick brick wa...
 14.65GP: After a hot shower and dishwashing, there is “no hot water” left in...
 14.66GP: The temperature of the glass surface of a 60W lightbulb is 65°C wh...
 14.1P: How much heat (in joules) is required to raise the temperature of 3...
 14.1Q: What happens to the work done on a jar of orange juice when it is v...
 14.26P: An iron boiler of mass 230 kg contains 830 kg of water at 18°C. A h...
 14.26Q: Heat loss occurs through windows by the following processes: (1) th...
 14.27P: In a hot day’s race, a bicyclist consumes 8.0 L of water over the s...
 14.27Q: A piece of wood lying in the Sun absorbs more heat than a piece of ...
 14.28P: What mass of steam at 100°C must be added to 2.0 kg of ice at 0°C t...
 14.13Q: Why is wet sand at a beach cooler to walk on than dry sand?
 14.14P: A 215g sample of a substance is heated to 330°C and then plunged i...
 14.59GP: Using the result of part (a) in 58, take into account radiation fro...
 14.15P: How long does it take a 750W coffeepot to bring to a boil 0.75 L o...
 14.60GP: An iron meteorite melts when it enters the Earth’s atmosphere. If i...
 14.14Q: If you hear that an object has “high heat content,” does that mean ...
 14.61GP: The temperature within the Earth’s crust increases about 1.0 C° for...
 14.15Q: When hotair furnaces are used to heat a house, why is it important...
 14.44P: Approximately how long should it take 11.0 kg of ice at 0°C to melt...
 14.45GP: A softdrink can contains about 0.20 kg of liquid at 5°C. Drinking ...
 14.46GP: If coal gives off 30 KJ/kg when it is burned, how much coal would b...
 14.18Q: Microprocessor chips have a “heat sink” glued on top that looks lik...
 14.19P: A 0.095kg aluminium sphere is dropped from the roof of a 45mhigh...
 14.19Q: Sea breezes are often encountered on sunny days at the shore of a l...
 14.20P: The heat capacity, C, of an object is defined as the amount of heat...
 14.20Q: The floor of a house on a foundation under which the air can flow i...
 14.21P: How much heat is needed to melt 16.50 kg of silver that is initiall...
 14.21Q: A 22°C day is warm, while a swimming pool at 22°C feels cool. Why?
 14.22P: During exercise, a person may give off 180 kcal of heat in 30 min b...
 14.22Q: Explain why air temperature readings are always taken with the ther...
 14.23P: If 2.80 × 105 J of energy is supplied to a flask of liquid oxygen a...
 14.50GP: During light activity, a 70kg person may generate 200 kcal/h. Assu...
 14.51GP: A 340kg marble boulder rolls off the top of a cliff and falls a ve...
 14.52GP: A 2.3kg lead ball is dropped into a 2.5L insulated pail of water ...
 14.1: 1. (I) How much heat (in joules) is required to raise the temperatu...
 14.2: 2. (I) To what temperature will 7700 J of heat raise 3.0 kg of wate...
 14.3: 3. (II) An average active person consumes about 2500 Cal a day. () ...
 14.4: 4. (II) A British thermal unit (Btu) is a unit of heat in the Briti...
 14.5: 5. (II) A water heater can generate 32,000 kj/h. How much water can...
 14.6: 6. (II) A small immersion heater is rated at 350 W. Estimate how lo...
 14.7: 7. (II) How many kilocalories arc generated when the brakes are use...
 14.8: 8. (I) An automobile cooling system holds 16 L of water. How much h...
 14.9: 9. (I) What is the specific heat of a metal substance if 135 kJ of ...
 14.10: 10. (II) Samples of copper, aluminum, and water experience the same...
 14.11: 11. (II) A 35g glass thermometer reads 21.6C before it is placed i...
 14.12: 12. (II) What wrill be the equilibrium temperature when a 245g blo...
 14.13: 13. (II) A hot iron horseshoe (mass = 0.40 kg), just forged (Fig. 1...
 14.14: 14. (II) A 215g sample of a substance is heated to 330UC and then ...
 14.15: 15. (II) How long does it take a 750W coffeepot to bring to a boil...
 14.16: 16. (II) Estimate the Calorie content of 75 g of candy from the fol...
 14.17: 17. (II) When a 290g piece of iron at 180"C is placed in a 95g al...
 14.18: 18. (II) The 1.20kg head of a hammer has a speed of 6.5 m/s just b...
 14.19: 19. (II) A 0.095kg aluminium sphere is dropped from the roof of a ...
 14.20: 20. (II) The heat capacity, C, of an object is defined as the amoun...
 14.21: 21. (I) How much heat is needed to melt 16.50 kg of silver that is ...
 14.22: 22. (I) During exercise, a person may give off 180 kcal of heat in ...
 14.23: 23. (I) If 2.80 x 10s J of energy is supplied to a flask of liquid ...
 14.24: 24. (II) A 30g ice cube at its melting point is dropped into an in...
 14.25: 25. (II) A cube of ice is taken from the freezer at 8.5C and place...
 14.26: 26. (II) An iron boiler of mass 230 kg contains 830 kg of water at ...
 14.27: 27. (II) In a hot days race, a bicyclist consumes 8.0 L of water ov...
 14.28: 28. (II) What mass of steam at 100C must be added to 1.00 kg of ice...
 14.29: 29. (II) 1'he specific heat of mercury is 138J/kg C. Determine the ...
 14.30: 30. (II) A 70g bullet traveling at 250 m/s penetrates a block of i...
 14.31: 31. (II) A 54.0kg iceskater moving at 6.4 m/s glides to a stop. A...
 14.32: 32. (II) At a crime scene, the forensic investigator notes that the...
 14.33: 33. (I) One end of a 33cmlong aluminum rod with a diameter of 2.0...
 14.34: 34. (I) Calculate the rate of heat flow by conduction in Example 14...
 14.35: 35. (I) (a) How much power is radiated by a tungsten sphere (emissi...
 14.36: 36. (II) Heat conduction to skin. Suppose 200 W of heat flows by co...
 14.37: 37. (II) Two rooms, each a cube 4.0 m per side, share a 12cmthick...
 14.38: 38. (II) How long does it take the Sun to melt a block of ice at 0C...
 14.39: 39. (II) A copper rod and an aluminum rod of the same length and cr...
 14.40: 40. (II) (a) Using the solar constant, estimate the rate at which t...
 14.41: 41. (II) A 100W lightbulb generates 95 W of heat, which is dissipa...
 14.42: 42. (Ill) Suppose the insulating qualities of the wall of a house c...
 14.43: 43. (Ill) A doubleglazed window has two panes of glass separated b...
 14.44: 44. (Ill) Approximately how long should it take 11.0kg of ice at 0C...
 14.45: 45. A softdrink can contains about 0.20 kg of liquid at 5C. Drinki...
 14.46: 46. If coal gives off 30 MJ/kg when it is burned, how much coal wou...
 14.47: 47. To get an idea of how much thermal energy is contained in the w...
 14.48: 48. A 15g lead bullet is tested by firing it into a fixed block of...
 14.49: 49. (a) Find the total power radiated into space by the Sun, assumi...
 14.50: 50. During light activity, a 70kg person may generate 200kcal/h. A...
 14.51: 51. A 340kg marble boulder rolls off the top of a cliff and falls ...
 14.52: 52. A 2.3kg lead ball is dropped into a 2.5L insulated pail of wa...
 14.53: 53. A mountain climber wears a goose down jacket 3.5 cm thick with ...
 14.54: 54. A marathon runner has an average metabolism rate of about 950kc...
 14.55: 55. Estimate the rate at which heat can be conducted from the inter...
 14.56: 56. A house has wellinsulated walls 17.5 cm thick (assume conducti...
 14.57: 57. A 15g lead bullet traveling at 220 m/s passes through a thin w...
 14.58: 58. A leaf of area 40 cm2 and mass 4.5 x 10~4kg directly faces the ...
 14.59: 59. Using the result of part (a) in 58. take into account radiation...
 14.60: 60. An iron meteorite melts when it enters the Earths atmosphere. I...
 14.61: 61. The temperature within the Earth's crust increases about 1.0 C ...
 14.62: 62. In a typical game of squash (Fig. 1422), twro people hit a sof...
 14.63: 63. What will be the final result when equal masses of ice at 0C an...
 14.64: 64. In a cold environment, a person can lose heat by conduction and...
 14.65: 65. After a hot shower and dishwashing, there is no hot water left ...
 14.66: 66. The temperature of the glass surface of a 60W lightbulb is 65C...
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