Md 5 - Experiment - Temperature and Heat

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Unformatted text preview: luloclJleS- Experiment- Tempa'etLreatd Heat 1.1003100 points I Use the exact values you enter to make later alculations. PartnTernp-a‘amneandllnohte Zero Report your results for Part I: Temperature and Absolute Zero here by matching the correct response to the oondition of the system you studied. Table 1 m Themeomare moWflEaflpl‘lDflE: maverage. trespeedie between modeimflyslcmalflmcderamy bet. as? You should hate noticed that the red balls mot-ed more quickly- than the blue balls and that as the temperabJre decreased the red balls disappeared. Slide at midpoint Themeomaremcrstlybheatdpltoflewonafewredbflmmateiagetheteleaemmlngatancderaelyfastspeed. " as? You should hate noticed that the red balls mot-ed more quickly- than the blue balls and that as the temperabJre decreased the red balls disappeared. Slide 3H from left end Themeomaremcrstlyredaflpflcbflew'nhafewbhebflmmateiagetheteleaemcmngatahstspeed. as? You should hate noticed that the red balls mot-ed more quickly- than the blue balls and that as the temperabJre decreased the red balls disappeared. Slide at right end Themeomare mostlybheoale mthafewpit oale;matleege. heoalearemmatancdeiamyslcmspeed. as? You should hate noticed that the red balls mot-ed more quickly- than the blue balls and that as the temperabJre decreased the red balls disappeared. Slide 1;“! from left end mmcmmflflfibflfiifl'EME'fiw. as? You should hate noticed that the red balls mot-ed more quickly- than the blue balls and that as the temperabJre decreased the red balls disappeared. Slide at left end Referring to the case where the slide is atthe left end. what is the name ofthis special point on the temperature scale? freezing pointofwater I absolute zero boiling pointofwater as? Part II: Thermal Equilibrium — Data Complete the tabla. Table 2: Initial Data and Predictions Initial Temperature Initial Number clf Particles Predicted Final ["‘l Temperature I ttttttl I Table 3: Final Data Actual Final Final Number clf Particles Temperature ["1 lu'lodJleE- Experime'it- Tempa'atLrea'xl Heat J J particles move from the wa rmer chamber to the cooler J J one. This is a model of heat flow. particles move from the wa rmer chamber to the cooler one. This is a model of heat flow. Your value is acceptable. You should notice that the particles move from the wa rmer chamber to the cooler one. This is a model of heat flow. El e» Your value is acceptable. You should notice that the particles move from the wa rmer chamber to the cooler one. This is a model of heat flow. Part: II: Thermal Equllbrlum — Ques‘flons Please include units in your answer. .- Use the correct unitabbreviation. - lnclude a space between the value and the unit. - To EIPFEE. exponents in your units. use a A. For example. n'nrs2 would be mfsh2. E on the right side was 3’51] degrees. e» Enter the average time it took to reach equilibrium when the initial temperabJre on the right side was 991 degrees. El...» After a short time of mixing. the oooler chamber has more particles than the warm chamber because the particles in the warm chamber are moving faster and have a greater chance of moving through the opening than the particles in the cooler chamber. I True False as? It takfi longer for equilibrium to be reached when the initial chamber is F‘EEI degrefi. This is because the particles in the chamber at 991 degrefi are moving slower and so have a better chance to go through the opening. True I False an? The increase in temperature for the left chamber or decrease in temperature for the right chamber was very nearly EHIHII degrees in both trials. ' True False an? In the first b'ial the initial and final temperabJres differ by EHII degrefi. In the second b'ial they differ by 299 degrefi. Complete the following sentences. The motion ofthe balls is a model of mpeenue 1' J The movement of balls from one d1amberto another isa model of hea1 " Hy When the average motion ofthe balls is the same in both d1ambers. this isa model of menu squirm-1 r J Add ltlonal Hate rials . E I E .. . - Heat Temgrature and Thermal Eguilibrium - Instructions Show My World {Optional} a ...
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