A concrete slab is measured with a steel measuring tape in a room where the temperature is at 20 o C and found to measure exactly 10 feet wide. The slab is measured again on a day when the temperature is 27 o C. The measurement will be a) Greater than 10 feet b) Less than 10 feet c) Exactly 10 feet α steel =11 x 10 -6 / o C α concrete =12 x 10 -6 / o C
In an ideal gas, if you double the volume of the container, while keeping the temperature and the number of molecules the same, the pressure in the gas A. Decreases B. Stays the same C. Increases
R = 8.31 J/moleºK = 0.0831 liter-atm/moleºK n = # of moles Ideal gas law k B = 1.38 x 10 -23 J/ºK N is number of atoms or molecules 1 mole =6.02x10 23 particles Watch Units! T must be in Kelvin
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How big is a mole? If the earth was made out of baseballs. If the earth was made out of baseballs. Pennies to the moon Pennies to the moon
In a liter of water... In a liter of water... –55.5 moles
What if I turned that 55 moles of water into steam at 1 atm?
Suppose we have two jars of gas, one of helium and one of oxygen. If both jars have the same volume, and the two gases are at the same pressure and temperature, which jar contains the greatest number of molecules? A. Jar of helium B. Jar of oxygen C. Both jars contain the same number. Consider both gases to obey the ideal gas law. Also note that the mass of an oxygen atom is greater than the mass of a helium atom.
A half-liter spray can is “empty” (you can’t get more out), at 20 C, room temperature. What is the initial P (in absolute pressure)? What is the initial P (in absolute pressure)? How many molecules are still in the can? How many molecules are still in the can?
A half-liter spray can is “empty” (you can’t get more out), at 20 C, room temperature. You throw it into the fire at 600 C. What is the final P in the can (if it doesn’t burst) You throw it into the fire at 600 C. What is the final P in the can (if it doesn’t burst)
A half-liter spray can is “empty” (you can’t get more out), at 20 C, room temperature. You throw it into the fire at 600 C. Suppose instead you have.6 moles of water in the can, which becomes an ideal gas at 600 C. What is the final pressure (in atm) assuming the can does not break. Exploding balloon Exploding balloon